olde


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olde

(ˈəʊldɪ)
adj
an archaic spelling of 'old' that is now used in the names of places and in advertising to suggest traditional charm and quaintness
Translations

olde

adj (archaic)alt, aus alter Zeit
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THE OLDE BELL: TRAVEL FACTS The Olde Bell in Hurley, Berkshire: Room prices start at about pounds 85 and include breakfast.
YE OLDE TALBOT, FRIAR STREET, WORCESTER (01905 235730) Total (including drinks and tip): pounds 60.
FOR KEEPS: Lincoln Castle OLDE WORLDE: Bailgate in Lincoln EARNING A CRUST: Master pie maker Stephen Hallam