Wolde \Wolde\, obs. imp. of {Will}. See {Would}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Wolde — Wolde, Dorf auf der Grenze von Mecklenburg Schwerin u. Pommern, mit Rittergut, Schloß u. Park u. 900 Ew. Es ist deshalb merkwürdig, daß es eine Art freies Dorf ist, da die Landeshoheit über dasselbe zwischen Preußen u. Mecklenburg streitig ist u …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Wolde — Wappen Deutschlandkarte Hilfe zu Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wolde — Infobox Ort in Deutschland Wappen = lat deg = 53 |lat min = 41 lon deg = 13 |lon min = 05 Lageplan = Wolde in DM.png Bundesland = Mecklenburg Vorpommern Landkreis = Demmin Amt = Treptower Tollensewinkel Höhe = 49 Fläche = 22.51 Einwohner = 705… …   Wikipedia

  • Wolde — Original name in latin Wolde Name in other language State code DE Continent/City Europe/Berlin longitude 53.68333 latitude 13.08333 altitude 62 Population 735 Date 2011 04 25 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • wolde — past 3rd sing of willan …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • wolde — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wolde Selassie — (c.1745 [Henry Salt estimated his age at 64 when he visited him in 1809. Ref Ethiopia|Salt 1814|pages=325] 28 May 1816) was a Ras of Ethiopia and warlord of Tigray. He was the son of Dejazmach Kefla Iyasus, and his wives included Mentewab (died… …   Wikipedia

  • Wolde (disambiguation) — Wolde is a municipality in the district of Demmin, in Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Germany.Wolde may also refer to:People with name Wolde (meaning Child of in Ge ez):* Abba Samuel Wolde Kahin (20th century), Ethiopian academic * Wolde Giyorgis Wolde… …   Wikipedia

  • Wolde Giyorgis Wolde Yohannes — (1901 1976) was an important government Minister during the reign of Emperor Haile Sellassie of Ethiopia. Wolde Giyorgis was born in Shewa, and became Emperor Haile Sellassie’s private secretary prior to the Italian occupation, and accompanied… …   Wikipedia

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