Definition of aefauld in English:

aefauld

(also aefald, aefaul)

adjective

Scottish
  • 1Northern Irish English Grammar
    rare Consisting of only one part, element, or unit; single; = onefold. Now rare (Scottish and Irish English (northern) after Middle English).

  • 2Free from duplicity; sincere, honest, faithful; plain, straightforward. Scottish after Middle English.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Laws of Aelfred. Cognate with or formed similarly to Old Frisian ēnfald, Old Saxon ēnfāld (Middle Low German ēnvōlt), Old High German einfalt, Old Icelandic einfaldr, Gothic ainfalþs from the Germanic base of one + the Germanic base of -fold.

Pronunciation:

aefauld

/ˈeɪfɔːld/