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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /fəʊld/ * (General American) enPR: fōld, IPA(key): /foʊld/ * Homophone: foaled * Rhymes: -əʊld

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English - Etymology 1

Middle English _folden_, from Old English _fealdan_, from Proto-Germanic _*falþaną_ (“to fold”), from Proto-Indo-European _*palo-_, _*plō-_ (“to fold”), compare Albanian _palë_. Akin to Dutch vouwen, German falten, Gothic

Middle English folden, from Old English fealdan, from Proto-Germanic *falþaną (to fold), from Proto-Indo-European *palo-, *plō- (to fold), compare Albanian palë. Akin to Dutch vouwen, German falten, Gothic

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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _fold_, _fald_, from Old English _fald_, _falæd_, _falod_ (“fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen”), from Proto-Germanic _*faludaz_ (“enclosure”). Akin to Scots _fald_, _fauld_ (“an enclosure for livestock”), Dutch _vaalt_ (“dung heap”), Middle Low German _valt, vālt_ (“an inclosed space, a yard”), Danish _fold_ (“pen for herbivorous livestock”), Swedish _fålla_ (“corral, pen, pound”). NOUN FOLD (_plural_ FOLDS) * A pen or enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals. * Milton Leaps o'er the fence with ease into the FOLD. * (figuratively) Home, family. * (religion, Christian) A church congregation, a church, the Christian church as a whole, the flock of Christ. JOHN, _X, 16_: "Other sheep I have which are not of this fold." * (obsolete) A boundary or limit. (Can we find and add a quotation of Creech to this entry?) SYNONYMS * enclosure * pen * penfold, pinfold TRANSLATIONS VERB FOLD (_third-person singular simple present_ FOLDS, _present participle_ FOLDING, _simple past and past participle_ FOLDED) * To confine sheep in a fold. _The star that bids the shepherd FOLD_ — Milton.

From Middle English fold, fald, from Old English fald, falæd, falod (fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen), from Proto-Germanic *faludaz (enclosure). Akin to Scots fald, fauld (an enclosure for livestock), Dutch vaalt (dung heap), Middle Low German valt, vālt (an inclosed space, a yard), Danish fold (pen for herbivorous livestock), Swedish fålla (corral, pen, pound).

Noun

fold (plural folds)

  1. A pen or enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals.
  2. (figuratively) Home, family.
  3. (religion, Christian) A church congregation, a church, the Christian church as a whole, the flock of Christ.
    John, X, 16: "Other sheep I have which are not of this fold."
  4. (obsolete) A boundary or limit.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Creech to this entry?)
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Verb

fold (third-person singular simple present folds, present participle folding, simple past and past participle folded)

  1. To confine sheep in a fold.
    The star that bids the shepherd foldMilton.

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English - Etymology 3

From Middle English, from Old English _folde_ (“earth, land, country, district, region, territory, ground, soil, clay”), from Proto-Germanic _*fuldǭ_ (“ground, plain”), from Proto-Indo-European _*pel-_ (“field, plain”). Cognate with Norwegian and Icelandic _fold_ (“land, earth, meadow”). NOUN FOLD (_uncountable_) * (dialectal, poetic or obsolete) The Earth; earth; land, country.

From Middle English, from Old English folde (earth, land, country, district, region, territory, ground, soil, clay), from Proto-Germanic *fuldǭ (ground, plain), from Proto-Indo-European *pel- (field, plain). Cognate with Norwegian and Icelandic fold (land, earth, meadow).

Noun

fold (uncountable)

  1. (dialectal, poetic or obsolete) The Earth; earth; land, country.

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Danish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /fɔl/, [fʌlˀ]

  • IPA(key): /fɔl/, [fʌlˀ]

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Danish - Etymology 1

from Old Norse _faldr_ (“seam”). NOUN FOLD

from Old Norse faldr (seam).

Noun

fold

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Danish - Etymology 2

NOUN FOLD

Noun

fold

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Danish - Etymology 3

NOUN FOLD

Noun

fold

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Danish - Etymology 4

See _folde_ (“to fold”). VERB FOLD * imperative of _folde_

See folde (to fold).

Verb

fold

  1. imperative of folde

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Danish - See Also

* FOLD on the Danish Wikipedia.da.Wikipedia

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Icelandic - Etymology

From Old Norse _fold_.

From Old Norse fold.

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Icelandic - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [fɔlt] * Rhymes: -ɔlt

  • IPA(key): [fɔlt]
  • Rhymes: -ɔlt

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Icelandic - Noun

FOLD

fold

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Old Norse - Etymology

From a common Germanic root; probably from the same Proto-Indo-European root as the English words "field" and "fold" (as in "pen for animals", "of the fold").

From a common Germanic root; probably from the same Proto-Indo-European root as the English words "field" and "fold" (as in "pen for animals", "of the fold").

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Old Norse - Noun

FOLD

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