mould

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Etymology 1[edit]

Via Middle English and Old French, from Latin modulus


Noun[edit]

mould (countable and uncountable, plural moulds)

  1. (Britain, Canada, Australia) Alternative spelling of mold

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Verb[edit]

mould (third-person singular simple present moulds, present participle moulding, simple past and past participle moulded)

  1. (Britain, Canada, Australia) Alternative spelling of mold

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle English mowlde, noun use and alteration of mowled, past participle of moulen, mawlen (to grow moldy), from Old Norse mygla (compare dialectal Danish mugle), from Proto-Germanic *muglōną, diminutive and denominative of *mukiz 'soft substance' (compare Old Norse myki, mykr (cow dung)), from Proto-Indo-European *meuk- 'slick, soft'. More at muck and meek.

Noun[edit]

mould (countable and uncountable, plural moulds)

  1. (Britain, Canada, Australia) Alternative spelling of mold

Translations[edit]

Verb[edit]

mould (third-person singular simple present moulds, present participle moulding, simple past and past participle moulded)

  1. (Britain, Canada, Australia) Alternative spelling of mold

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