Origin of weald
Examples from the Web for weald
Section from the London to the Hampshire basin across the valley of the Weald.A Manual of Elementary Geology|Charles Lyell.
There they could think how rich they were going to be back on Weald.
Calhoun hoped desperately that preparations for active warfare did not move fast on Weald.This World Is Taboo|Murray Leinster
Travellers going west and north from the Weald were equally compelled, if they would avoid the ridge, to pass through Farnham.The Old Road|Hilaire Belloc
A large part of the firmament was blotted out by the blindingly bright half-disk of Weald, as it shone in the sunshine.
Word Origin for weald
Old English (West Saxon) weald "forest, woodland," specifically the forest between the North and South Downs in Sussex, Kent, and Surrey; a West Saxon variant of Anglian wald (see wold).