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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _old_, _ald_, from Old English _ald_, _eald_ (“old, aged, ancient, antique, primeval”), from Proto-Germanic _*aldaz_ (“grown-up”), originally a participle form, from Proto-Indo-European _*h₂eltós_. Cognate with Scots _auld_ (“old”), North Frisian _ool_, _ual_, _uul_ (“old”), Saterland Frisian _oold_ (“old”), West Frisian _âld_ (“old”), Dutch _oud_ (“old”), Low German _old_ (“old”), German _alt_ (“old”), Swedish _äldre_ (“older, elder”), Icelandic _eldri_ (“older, elder”), Latin _altus_ (“high, tall, grown big, lofty”). Related to eld.

From Middle English old, ald, from Old English ald, eald (old, aged, ancient, antique, primeval), from Proto-Germanic *aldaz (grown-up), originally a participle form, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eltós. Cognate with Scots auld (old), North Frisian ool, ual, uul (old), Saterland Frisian oold (old), West Frisian âld (old), Dutch oud (old), Low German old (old), German alt (old), Swedish äldre (older, elder), Icelandic eldri (older, elder), Latin altus (high, tall, grown big, lofty). Related to eld.

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) IPA(key): /əʊld/, /ɔʊld/ * (US) enPR: ōld, IPA(key): /oʊld/ * _also_ IPA(key): /l̩d/ * Rhymes: -əʊld

  • (UK) IPA(key): /əʊld/, /ɔʊld/
  • (US) enPR: ōld, IPA(key): /oʊld/
  • Rhymes: -əʊld

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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English - Adjective

OLD (_comparative_ OLDER _or_ ELDER, _superlative_ OLDEST _or_ ELDEST) * Of an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time. _an OLD abandoned building;  an OLD friend_ * 1879, Richard Jefferies, _The Amateur Poacher_, chapter1: They burned the OLD gun that used to stand in the dark corner up in the garret, close to the stuffed fox that always grinned so fiercely. Perhaps the reason why he seemed in such a ghastly rage was that he did not come by his death fairly. Otherwise his pelt would not have been so perfect. And why else was he put away up there out of sight?—and so magnificent a brush as he had too. * Of a living being, having lived for most of the expected years. _a wrinkled OLD man_ * Of a perishable item, having existed for most, or more than its shelf life. _an OLD loaf of bread_ * Of an item that has been used and so is not new (unused). _I find that an OLD toothbrush is good to clean the keyboard with._ * Having existed or lived for the specified time. _How OLD are they? She’s five years OLD and he's seven. We also have a young teen and a two-year-OLD._ _My great-grandfather lived to be a hundred and one years OLD._ * (heading) _Of an earlier time._ * Former, previous. _My new car is not as good as my OLD one.  a school reunion for OLD Etonians_ * 1994, Michael Grumley, _Life Drawing_ But over my OLD life, a new life had formed. * That is no longer in existence. _The footpath follows the route of an OLD railway line._ * Obsolete; out-of-date. _That is the OLD way of doing things; now we do it this way._ * Familiar. _When he got drunk and quarrelsome they just gave him the OLD heave-ho._ * Tiresome. _Your constant pestering is getting OLD._ * Said of subdued colors, particularly reds, pinks and oranges, as if they had faded over time. * A grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive. (Mostly in idioms like good old, big old and little old, any old and some old.) _We're having a good OLD time. My next car will be a big OLD SUV.  My wife makes the best little OLD apple pie in Texas._ * (obsolete) Excessive, abundant. * 1599, William Shakespeare, _Much Ado About Nothing_, Act 5 Scene 2: URSULA: Madam, you must come to your uncle. Yonder's OLD coil at home: it is proved, my Lady Hero hath been falsely accused, the prince and Claudio mightily abused; SYNONYMS * (having existed for a long period of time): ancient, long in the tooth * (having lived for many years): aged, ageing / aging, elderly, long in the tooth, on in years * (having existed or lived for the specified time): aged, of age * (former): erstwhile, ex-, former, one-time, past * (out-of-date): antiquated, obsolete (words) * See also Wikisaurus:old ANTONYMS * (having existed for a long period of time): brand new, fresh, new * (having lived for many years): young * (former): current, latest, new DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

old (comparative older or elder, superlative oldest or eldest)

  1. Of an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time.
    an old abandoned building;  an old friend
    1. Of a living being, having lived for most of the expected years.
      a wrinkled old man
    2. Of a perishable item, having existed for most, or more than its shelf life.
      an old loaf of bread
  2. Of an item that has been used and so is not new (unused).
    I find that an old toothbrush is good to clean the keyboard with.
  3. Having existed or lived for the specified time.
    How old are they? She’s five years old and he's seven. We also have a young teen and a two-year-old.
    My great-grandfather lived to be a hundred and one years old.
  4. (heading) Of an earlier time.
    1. Former, previous.
      My new car is not as good as my old one.  a school reunion for Old Etonians
    2. That is no longer in existence.
      The footpath follows the route of an old railway line.
    3. Obsolete; out-of-date.
      That is the old way of doing things; now we do it this way.
    4. Familiar.
      When he got drunk and quarrelsome they just gave him the old heave-ho.
  5. Tiresome.
    Your constant pestering is getting old.
  6. Said of subdued colors, particularly reds, pinks and oranges, as if they had faded over time.
  7. A grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive. (Mostly in idioms like good old, big old and little old, any old and some old.)
    We're having a good old time. My next car will be a big old SUV.My wife makes the best little old apple pie in Texas.
  8. (obsolete) Excessive, abundant.

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

OLD (_countable and uncountable_, _plural_ OLD) (usually used as plural) * People who are old; old beings; the older generation; usually used with _the_. _A civilised society should always look after THE OLD in the community._

old (countable and uncountable, plural old) (usually used as plural)

  1. People who are old; old beings; the older generation; usually used with the.
    A civilised society should always look after the old in the community.

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* DLO, DOL, dol, LDO, Lod

Was die in der KategorieGERMAN LOW GERMAN - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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German Low German - Alternative Forms

* oold * (Low Prussian) ol * olt

Was die in der KategorieGERMAN LOW GERMAN - ETYMOLOGY
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German Low German - Etymology

From Middle Low German, from Old Saxon _ald_, from Proto-Germanic _*aldaz_. The A became an O through the effect of the velarised L in the same manner as in Dutch _oud_. Cognate with English _old_, Dutch _oud_, German _alt_, West Frisian _âld_. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European _*altós_.

From Middle Low German, from Old Saxon ald, from Proto-Germanic *aldaz. The A became an O through the effect of the velarised L in the same manner as in Dutch oud. Cognate with English old, Dutch oud, German alt, West Frisian âld. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *altós.

Was die in der KategorieGERMAN LOW GERMAN - PRONUNCIATION
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German Low German - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɔːɫt/

  • IPA(key): /ɔːɫt/

Was die in der KategorieGERMAN LOW GERMAN - ADJECTIVE
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German Low German - Adjective

OLD (_comparative_ ÖLLER, _superlative_ ÖLLST) * old DECLENSION

old (comparative öller, superlative öllst)

  1. old

Declension

Was die in der KategorieHUNGARIAN - PRONUNCIATION
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Hungarian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈold/

  • IPA(key): /ˈold/

Was die in der KategorieHUNGARIAN - VERB
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Hungarian - Verb

OLD * (transitive) to solve * (transitive) to untie CONJUGATION DERIVED TERMS * oldat * oldatlan * oldódik * oldoz (With verbal prefixes): * elold * felold * kiold * leold * megold

old

  1. (transitive) to solve
  2. (transitive) to untie

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Derived terms

  • oldat
  • oldatlan
  • oldódik
  • oldoz

(With verbal prefixes):

  • elold
  • felold
  • kiold
  • leold
  • megold

Was die in der KategorieMIDDLE LOW GERMAN - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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Middle Low German - Alternative Forms

* olt (more common spelling marking the pronunciation)

Was die in der KategorieMIDDLE LOW GERMAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Middle Low German - Etymology

From Old Saxon _ald_. The A became an O through the effect of the velarised L in the same manner as in Dutch _oud_. Cognate with English _old_, Dutch _oud_, German _alt_, West Frisian _âld_.

From Old Saxon ald. The A became an O through the effect of the velarised L in the same manner as in Dutch oud. Cognate with English old, Dutch oud, German alt, West Frisian âld.

Was die in der KategorieMIDDLE LOW GERMAN - PRONUNCIATION
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Middle Low German - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɔːɫt/

  • IPA(key): /ɔːɫt/

Was die in der KategorieMIDDLE LOW GERMAN - ADJECTIVE
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Middle Low German - Adjective

OLD * old DESCENDANTS * Low German: old * dialectal German: oll

old

  1. old

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