Definition for FALD'AGE

FALD'AGE, n. [a as in all. W. fald, a fold; Goth. faldan; Sax. fealdan, to fold; Law L. faldagium.]

In England, a privilege which anciently several lords reserved to themselves of setting up folds for sheep, in any fields within their manors, the better to manure them. – Harris.

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