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- Woolt (in many dialects, including Low Prussian)
From Middle Low German wōlt/wōld, from Old Saxon wald, from Proto-Germanic *walþuz, whence also Old English weald, Old Norse völlr. The A became O through the influence of the velarised L in the same manner as in Dutch woud.
- IPA: /ʋɔːɫt/