eald-land, es; n. Old-land, land that has remained long untilled: (cf. old-land ground that has lain untilled a long time and is now ploughed up; arable land which has been laid down in grass more than two years. D.D.) :-- Feówer æceras be-westan exan fornágeán Eádferðes ealdlande, C.D. iii. 411, 28.