From Middle English folden, from Old English fealdan, from Proto-Germanic *falþaną ("to fold"), from Proto-Indo-European *pel- ("to fold").
From Middle English fold, fald, from Old English fald, falæd, falod, from Proto-Germanic *faludaz ("enclosure"). Akin to Scots fald, fauld, Dutch vaalt, Middle Low German valt ("an inclosed space, a yard"), Danish fold ("pen for herbivorous livestock"), Swedish fålla ("corral, pen, pound").
From Middle English, from Old English folde, from Proto-Germanic *fuldǭ, *fuldō. Cognate with Old Norse fold, Norwegian and Icelandic fold.
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