- a wooded area; forest
- wild open country
Origin of wealdreadoption of Old English (WS) weald ( Middle English weeld), forest, wold, wilderness ; from Proto-Germanic an unverified form walthu: see vole
region in SE England, south of London, between the North & South Downs: formerly heavily forested
- A woodland.
- An area of open rolling upland.
Origin of wealdFrom Weald, a once-forested area in southeast England, from Old English wald, weald, forest.
- A wood or forest; a wooded land or region; also, an open country; often used in place names.