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WELD, WOLD, noun A plant of the genus Reseda, used by dyers to give a yellow color, and sometimes called dyers weed. It is much cultivated in Kent for the London dyers.

WELD, verb transitive To wield.

WELD, verb transitive [G., to join.] To unite or hammer into firm union, as two pieces of iron, when heated almost to fusion.