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wold

noun \ˈwōld\

: an area of hilly land in the country

Full Definition of WOLD

1
:  a usually upland area of open country
2
capitalized :  a hilly or rolling region —used in names of various English geographic areas <Yorkshire Wolds>

Origin of WOLD

Middle English wald, wold, from Old English weald, wald forest; akin to Old High German wald forest, Old Norse vǫllr field
First Known Use: before 12th century

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