adjective Scot. and North England.
- augustus caesar,
- auld lang syne,
- auld reekie,
- aulic council,
Examples from the Web for aulder
"I hope in this case it 'll be the aulder the wiser, Miss—" said the lawyer, and hung unheeded on the note of interrogation.Bud|Neil Munro
Ye're like the swine's bairns—the aulder ye grow ye're aye the thiefer like.The Proverbs of Scotland|Alexander Hislop
Were you a twelve-month aulder, we would make a burgess of you, man.Red Gauntlet|Sir Walter Scott
But me, that's aulder and mair judeecious, see perhaps a wee bit further forrit in the job than what ye can dae.David Balfour, Second Part|Robert Louis Stevenson
The aulder he grew, when he was in the country, he went the more about the manse, and Esther was nearly about his own age.
Word Origin for auld
variant of old that more accurately preserves the Anglo-Saxon vowel. Surviving in northern English and Scottish; distinctly Scottish after late 14c.