See also: Ald., áld, âld, and åld.

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Romanization

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ald

  1. Romanization of 𐌰𐌻𐌳

Ludian

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Etymology

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From Proto-Finnic *alto, borrowed from North Germanic. Cognates include Finnish aalto.

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ald

  1. wave

Old English

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Etymology

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From Proto-West Germanic *ald, from Proto-Germanic *aldaz (grown-up), originally a participle form of *alaną (to grow up), corresponding to Latin altus.

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ald (Anglian)

  1. Alternative form of eald

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  • English: old

Old Saxon

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Etymology

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Inherited from Proto-West Germanic *ald.

Compare Old Frisian ald, Old English eald, ald, Old High German alt.

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ald (comparative aldiro, superlative aldist)

  1. old
  2. aged, venerable

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Etymology

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From Proto-Finnic *alto, borrowed from North Germanic. Cognates include Finnish aalto.

Noun

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ald

  1. wave

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Inflection of ald (inflection type 1/ilo)
nominative sing. ald
genitive sing. aldon
partitive sing. aldod
partitive plur. aldoid
singular plural
nominative ald aldod
accusative aldon aldod
genitive aldon aldoiden
partitive aldod aldoid
essive-instructive aldon aldoin
translative aldoks aldoikš
inessive aldos aldoiš
elative aldospäi aldoišpäi
illative aldoho aldoihe
adessive aldol aldoil
ablative aldolpäi aldoilpäi
allative aldole aldoile
abessive aldota aldoita
comitative aldonke aldoidenke
prolative aldodme aldoidme
approximative I aldonno aldoidenno
approximative II aldonnoks aldoidennoks
egressive aldonnopäi aldoidennopäi
terminative I aldohosai aldoihesai
terminative II aldolesai aldoilesai
terminative III aldossai
additive I aldohopäi aldoihepäi
additive II aldolepäi aldoilepäi