Synonyms for vald or Related words with vald

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Examples of "vald"
2007– LTG Elvin R. “Vald” Heiberg III, USA Retired
amangis Christiane pepil vald schortlie be tane auay,
propir langage of euerie cuntrey, na man vald studie
H. Vald (essays); T.Vianu (discources in literary sciences);
thing, that vald be incontinent remarkt and reprouit
langage; as ye may se be experience, gif ye vald
Saue Parish (est: "Saue vald") is a rural municipality in Harju County, north-western Estonia.
tione; for gif ane natione vald eik or pair onie
The club also has a reserve team, JK Väätsa Vald, which plays in III Liiga.
The group disbanded in 1999. Michael J. Sheehy subsequently recorded three solo albums for Beggar's Banquet and two for Glitterhouse, and has fronted "Saint Silas Intercession" with his brother Patrick. During the early 2000s, Alex Vald worked as half of experimental pop band Datapuddle. In 2015, Sheehy and Vald reunited as the pop-noir duo United Sound of Joy.
Valad (, also Romanized as Vald) is a village in Gurab Zarmikh Rural District, Mirza Kuchek Janghli District, Sowme'eh Sara County, Gilan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 1,108, in 310 families.
Perajärve is a populated place and is located in Antsla vald, Võrumaa, Estonia. The estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 102 metres. Variant forms of spelling for Perajärve or in other languages: Perayarve, Perajärve, Perajarve, Perajärve, Perayarve
Jaan Tomp (13 May 1882 – 1943) was an Estonian journalist. He was born in Uue-Võidu vald, Viljandi County. From 1905–1908 he worked for "Kodumaa", followed by "Kodumaa Hääl", "Maa", "Meie Kodu" and "Meie Kodumaa".
The island was named after the village Võiküla on the island of Muhu. Together with Muhu and the neighbouring small lands of Kesselaid, Viirelaid and Suurlaid it forms Muhu Parish (Estonian: "Muhu vald"), the rural municipality within Saare County.
The name is from the Old Norse stem words "völlr" (a mountainous plain) and "dres" (a cleaved road to be ridden on by a horse). Another explanation to the etymology is that Valdres stems from ""Valdles"", which is from the stem words "vald" (forest) and "les" (pasture), i.e. "the valley of pastures in the forest".
Apart from many other areas the influence of Swedish is especially distinct in the Noarootsi Parish in Läänemaa (known as "Nuckö kommun" in Swedish and "Noarootsi vald" in Estonian) where there are many villages with bilingual Estonian and/or Swedish names and street signs.
Suurlaid lies just off south coast of the Estonian island of Muhu. Together Muhu and neighbouring islands Viirelaid, Võilaid it forms Muhu Parish (Estonian: "Muhu vald"), the rural municipality within Saare County, Estonia. The nearest populated settlement is the village of Pädaste, which lies on the southern coast of Muhu.
Ancient Estonian counties were divided into parishes (Estonian language: "kihelkond"), that became centered on local churches from the 13th century. Modern municipal parishes (Estonian: "vald") were created in the 19th century. They were created within the old parishes, that were still centered on the local church.
According to Sheehy, the English press reaction to the first single, "Perfect Piece of Trash", was almost unanimous in its derision. After parting with Vald, DCFC continued on as a three piece, recording its second and final album, "In the Cold Light of Morning" featuring a more expansive sound best realized on the epic "God Will Punish the Pervert Preacher".
Apart from many other areas the influence of Swedish is especially distinct in the Noarootsi Parish in Läänemaa (known as "Nuckö kommun" in Swedish and "Noarootsi vald" in Estonian) where there are many villages with bilingual Estonian and/or Swedish names and street signs.