Definition of alderelde in English:

alderelde

noun

archaic
literary
  • Extreme old age; a life of many years.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Northern Verse Psalter. From a first element of uncertain origin (perhaps alder-, used as a simple intensifier, after alder-eldest; or perhaps alder, west midland variant of elder) + eld.

Pronunciation

alderelde

/ˈɒldərɛld//ˈɔːldərɛld/