-feald

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See also: feald and Feald

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *-falþaz (-fold), from Proto-Indo-European *-pel-to- (-fold). Cognate with Old Frisian -fald, Old Saxon -fald, (German -falt), Old Norse -faldr, Gothic -𐍆𐌰𐌻𐌸𐍃 (-falþs).

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Suffix[edit]

-feald

  1. suffix denoting multiplication, or consisting of so many parts; -fold
    ānfeald (simple, consisting of a single aspect, onefold)

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