Aefauld Definition

adjective

(rare, dialectal, chiefly Scotland) Characterised by oneness; single; without duplicity.

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(rare, dialectal, chiefly Scotland) Honest; upright.

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Origin of Aefauld

  • From Middle English anfald, from Old English ānfeald (“single, simple”, literally “onefold”), from Proto-Germanic *ainafalþaz (“onefold, simple”), equivalent to one + -fold. Cognate with Dutch eenvoud (“simple, easy”), German Einfalt (“simplicity”), Icelandic einfaldur (“simple”), Gothic (ainfalþs, “simple”). More at onefold.

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