wealcian

Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *welk-, from Proto-Indo-European *wel- (to bend, turn, roll, twist). Akin to Old High German walchan (to beat, to full) (German walken (to full)), Middle Dutch walken (to press, knead, full), Icelandic vælka (to stamp, roll), Danish valke (to full).

VerbEdit

wealcian

  1. (transitive) to roll up, curl, twist
  2. (transitive) to wrinkle

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Last modified on 2 December 2013, at 19:17