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English

Noun

Singular
falt

Plural
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  1. An old English measure of wheat in London containing 9 bushels.
    Quotations
    • 1882: ...1 Hen. V, cap. 10... This statute also denounces the London falt, which contained nine bushels, and a practice which had grown up in the city of making sellers of corn not only submit to this extra measure, but to a tax for measuring corn. — James Edwin Thorold Rogers, A History of Agriculture and Prices in England, Volume 4, p. 205.

Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *faltho, whence also Old English feald, Old Norse faldr.

Noun

falt f.

  1. fold

Scottish Gaelic

Noun

falt f. (genitive fuilt)

  1. (Human) hair, and specifically that on the head.
    "Gruagach Òg an Fhuilt Bhàin" ("Young Maiden of the Fair Hair").

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