gylden

gylden

(ˈɡɪldən)
adj
(Colours) an archaic form of golden
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AEt paem ade waes epgesyne swatfah syrce, swyn eal gylden, eofer irenheard, aepeling manig wundum awyrded; sume on waele crungon.
8v: Dath althar Anthonij hefft gehadt--4 presters, de hebben beleuet des der gylden Sunte Anthonij broderschop).
Recently, chaotic motions of many systems, for example, [[phi].sup.6]-Rayleigh oscillator [18], Duffing oscillator [19], Gylden's problem [20], and nonsmooth systems [21], have been investigated by the Melnikov method.
Among the many grooves there is a prominent one called the Gylden Valley (L92), which cuts through the rim of the 29-mile-wide crater Gylden.
The Lunar 100 Size Name (miles) Description L67 Fra Mauro Formation -- Apollo 14 landing site on Imbrium ejecta L76 W Bond 97 Large crater degraded by Imbrium ejecta L92 Gylden Valley 60 Part of the Imbrium radial structure Moon, March 2008 New Moon Mar.
The bridge is seen as a ship operations center, incorporating controls and displays for all essential vessel functions (Hederstrom & Gylden, 1992).
(Of course, analogous formatioas cannot be excluded even for a later date.) It is also obvious that most i-umlaut forms were replaced in Middle English (thus wyrcean by worken, gylden by golden, cy by cows, though kine is recorded quite late); and that the genetic relations became opaque, that is, that the derived form became isolated from its base (cf.