the Dutch language before c1100.
Abbreviation: OD, OD., O.D.
the Dutch language up to about 1100, derived from the Low Franconian dialect of Old Low German OD See also Franconian
- Old economy
noun an economy based on agriculture and manufacturing as opposed to high technology; also, a former economic system or state Word Origin 1983 Usage Note old economy, adj
[ohl-duh n] /ˈoʊl dən/ adjective, Literary. 1. of or relating to the distant past or bygone times; ancient. 2. . /ˈəʊldən/ adjective 1. an archaic or poetic word for old in olden days, in olden times adj. early 15c., from old + -en (2).
/ˌɒldənˈbɑːnəˌvɛlt/ noun 1. Johan van. 1547–1619, Dutch statesman, regarded as a founder of Dutch independence; the leading figure (from 1586) in the United Provinces of the Netherlands: executed by Maurice of Nassau
[ohl-duh n-burg; for 2, 3 also German ohl-duh n-boo rk] /ˈoʊl dənˌbɜrg; for 2, 3 also German ˈoʊl dənˌbʊərk/ noun 1. Claes (Thure) [klous too r-uh] /klaʊs ˈtʊər ə/ (Show IPA), born 1929, U.S. sculptor, born in Sweden. 2. a former state in NW Germany, now part of Lower Saxony. 3. a city in Lower […]