History and Etymology for wold. Middle English wald, wold, from Old English weald, wald forest; akin to Old High German wald forest, Old Norse vǫllr field
Wold definition, an elevated tract of open country. See more.
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Wold is an Old English term for a forest or an area of woodland on high ground; it is cognate with the Dutch word woud and with the German word Wald, as well as low German Wohld, all meaning forest.It became weald in West Saxon and Kentish.. Wold may also refer to: . Wold (surname) The Wolds, a term used in England to describe a range of hills consisting of open country overlying limestone or
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The Wold also known as the Wold of Rohan or Wold were the upland grasslands of Rohan. This was the northeastern area of Rohan. It was located between Fangorn Forest and River Anduin. To the north lay river Limlight and in the south by the East Emnet. The area was virtually treeless and somewhat
‘The latter, although presently only at low levels, often develops quickly through June and July during grain-filling period, especially on the wolds where early morning dews can last for several hours.’