- manifold paper
(printing) To multiply or reproduce impressions of by a single operation.
Many times; repeatedly.
Other Word Forms of Manifold
Origin of Manifold
From Middle English, from Old English maniÄ¡feald (“manifold, various, varied, complicated, numerous, abundant, plural"), from Proto-Germanic *managaz (“many") + *-falþaz (“-fold"), equivalent to many +"Ž -fold. Cognate with Middle High German manecvalt (“manifold"), Icelandic margfaldr (“multiple"). Compare also German mannigfaltig (“various"), Dutch menigvoudig (“various"), Danish mangfoldig (“diverse"), Swedish mÃ¥ngfaldig (“multiple, manifold, diverse").
From Middle English manifolden, from Old English maniÄ¡fealdan (“to multiply, abound, increase, extend, reward"), equivalent to many +"Ž -fold. Cognate with Middle High German manecvalten, Icelandic margfalda (“to multiply"), Swedish mÃ¥ngfaldiga (“to manifold, reproduce").
Middle English from Old English manigfeald manig many many -feald, -fald -fold
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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