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English - Alternative Forms

* mould (Commonwealth spelling)

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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: mŏld, mōld * (UK) IPA(key): /məʊld/, /mɔʊld/ * (US) IPA(key): /moʊld/

  • enPR: mŏld, mōld
  • (UK) IPA(key): /məʊld/, /mɔʊld/
  • (US) IPA(key): /moʊld/

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English - Etymology 1

Via Middle English and Old French, from Latin _modulus_ NOUN MOLD (_plural_ MOLDS) * A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance. * A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped. * Something that is made in or shaped on a mold. * The shape or pattern of a mold. * General shape or form. _the oval MOLD of her face_ * Alexander Pope (1688-1744) Crowned with an architrave of antique MOULD. * 1915, Emerson Hough, _The Purchase Price_, chapterI: This new-comer was a man who in any company would have seemed striking. […] Indeed, all his features were in large MOLD, like the man himself, as though he had come from a day when skin garments made the proper garb of men. * Distinctive character or type. _a leader in the MOLD of her predecessors_ * A fixed or restrictive pattern or form. _His method of scientific investigation broke the MOLD and led to a new discovery._ * (architecture) A group of moldings. _the arch MOLD of a porch or doorway;  the pier MOLD of a Gothic pier, meaning the whole profile, section, or combination of parts_ * (anatomy) A fontanelle. DERIVED TERMS * break the mold * (archaeology): post mold * (paleontology): fossil mold TRANSLATIONS VERB MOLD (_third-person singular simple present_ MOLDS, _present participle_ MOLDING, _simple past and past participle_ MOLDED) * (transitive) To shape in or on a mold. * (transitive) To form into a particular shape; to give shape to. * Job 10:8-9, _Old Testament_, New International Version: _Your hands shaped me and made me....Remember that you MOLDED me like clay._ * (transitive) To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence; as, _a teacher who helps to mold the minds of his students_ * (transitive) To fit closely by following the contours of. * (transitive) To make a mold of or from (molten metal, for example) before casting. * (transitive) To ornament with moldings. * (intransitive) To be shaped in or as if in a mold. _These shoes gradually MOLDED to my feet._ TRANSLATIONS

Via Middle English and Old French, from Latin modulus

Noun

mold (plural molds)

  1. A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.
  2. A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped.
  3. Something that is made in or shaped on a mold.
  4. The shape or pattern of a mold.
  5. General shape or form.
    the oval mold of her face
  6. Distinctive character or type.
    a leader in the mold of her predecessors
  7. A fixed or restrictive pattern or form.
    His method of scientific investigation broke the mold and led to a new discovery.
  8. (architecture) A group of moldings.
    the arch mold of a porch or doorway;  the pier mold of a Gothic pier, meaning the whole profile, section, or combination of parts
  9. (anatomy) A fontanelle.
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Verb

mold (third-person singular simple present molds, present participle molding, simple past and past participle molded)

  1. (transitive) To shape in or on a mold.
  2. (transitive) To form into a particular shape; to give shape to.
  3. (transitive) To guide or determine the growth or development of; influence; as, a teacher who helps to mold the minds of his students
  4. (transitive) To fit closely by following the contours of.
  5. (transitive) To make a mold of or from (molten metal, for example) before casting.
  6. (transitive) To ornament with moldings.
  7. (intransitive) To be shaped in or as if in a mold.
    These shoes gradually molded to my feet.
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _mowlde_, noun use and alteration of _mowled_, past participle of _moulen_, _mawlen_ (“to grow moldy”), from Old Norse _mygla_ (compare dialectal Danish _mugle_), from Proto-Germanic _*muglōną_, diminutive and denominative of _*mukiz_ 'soft substance' (compare Old Norse _myki_, _mykr_ (“cow dung”)), from Proto-Indo-European _*meuk-_ 'slick, soft'. More at muck and meek. NOUN MOLD (_plural_ MOLDS) * ​A natural substance in the form of a woolly or furry growth of tiny fungi that appears when organic material lies for a long time exposed to (usually warm and moist) air. DERIVED TERMS * moldy, mouldy SEE ALSO * mildew TRANSLATIONS VERB MOLD (_third-person singular simple present_ MOLDS, _present participle_ MOLDING, _simple past and past participle_ MOLDED) * (transitive) To cause to become moldy; to cause mold to grow upon. * (intransitive) To become moldy; to be covered or filled, in whole or in part, with a mold.

From Middle English mowlde, noun use and alteration of mowled, past participle of moulen, mawlen (to grow moldy), from Old Norse mygla (compare dialectal Danish mugle), from Proto-Germanic *muglōną, diminutive and denominative of *mukiz 'soft substance' (compare Old Norse myki, mykr (cow dung)), from Proto-Indo-European *meuk- 'slick, soft'. More at muck and meek.

Noun

mold (plural molds)

  1. ​A natural substance in the form of a woolly or furry growth of tiny fungi that appears when organic material lies for a long time exposed to (usually warm and moist) air.
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Verb

mold (third-person singular simple present molds, present participle molding, simple past and past participle molded)

  1. (transitive) To cause to become moldy; to cause mold to grow upon.
  2. (intransitive) To become moldy; to be covered or filled, in whole or in part, with a mold.

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English - Etymology 3

From Old English _molde_, from Proto-Germanic _*muldō_ ‘dirt, soil’ (compare Old Frisian _molde_, Middle Dutch _moude_, Dutch _moude_, obsolete German _Molte_, Norwegian _mold_), from Proto-Indo-European _*ml̥-tā_ (compare Old Irish _moll_ ‘bran’, Lithuanian _mìltai_ ‘flour’), from *_mel_- (compare English _meal_). More at meal. NOUN MOLD (_plural_ MOLDS) * Loose friable soil, rich in humus and fit for planting. DERIVED TERMS * leaf mold TRANSLATIONS VERB MOLD (_third-person singular simple present_ MOLDS, _present participle_ MOLDING, _simple past and past participle_ MOLDED) * To cover with mold or soil.

From Old English molde, from Proto-Germanic *muldō ‘dirt, soil’ (compare Old Frisian molde, Middle Dutch moude, Dutch moude, obsolete German Molte, Norwegian mold), from Proto-Indo-European *ml̥-tā (compare Old Irish moll ‘bran’, Lithuanian mìltai ‘flour’), from *mel- (compare English meal). More at meal.

Noun

mold (plural molds)

  1. Loose friable soil, rich in humus and fit for planting.
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Verb

mold (third-person singular simple present molds, present participle molding, simple past and past participle molded)

  1. To cover with mold or soil.

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Faroese - Etymology

From Old Norse _mold_, from Proto-Germanic _*muldō_ ‘dirt, soil’ from Proto-Indo-European _*ml̥-tā_, from _*mel-_.

From Old Norse mold, from Proto-Germanic *muldō ‘dirt, soil’ from Proto-Indo-European *ml̥-tā, from *mel-.

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Faroese - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [mɔlt]

  • IPA(key): [mɔlt]

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MOLD

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Icelandic - Etymology

From Old Norse _mold_, from Proto-Germanic _*muldō_ (“dirt, soil”).

From Old Norse mold, from Proto-Germanic *muldō (dirt, soil).

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Icelandic - Noun

MOLD

mold

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Old Norse - Etymology

From Proto-Germanic _*muldō_ (“dirt, soil”). Cognate with Old English _molde_ (English _mold_), Old High German _molta_, Gothic

From Proto-Germanic *muldō (dirt, soil). Cognate with Old English molde (English mold), Old High German molta, Gothic

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Old Norse - Pronunciation

* (12th century Icelandic) IPA(key): /mold/

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MOLD

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