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Bald, n. [App. for baud, bawd, ME. baude, bawde (14th c.).] A bawd. — A skeg, a scornar, a skald, A baldstrod and a bald; Colk. Sow i. 100.
Skaldis, baldis; Ib. ii. 152.

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