A Scottish word meaning "old".
And that auld triangle, went jingle jangle
All along the banks of the Royal Canal
by theQman121 March 7, 2006
that granny's auld 'n' stinkin o poop :)
by morpheus 100 December 6, 2003
One who insists on basing life around rules, lists, money, and perfectionism. An auld will go about life insisting complete and total control over any activity large or small that may or may not involve or even directly affect him/her. An auld believes that he/she is always "ahead of the game" when in actuality, the auld is the butt of all jokes and is viewed by others as comedic relief.
I was aulded into running errands with my friend today because i ran out of opposing arguments.
by theRev206 April 16, 2009
The old Scots pet name for Edinburgh.
It means Old Smoky in English and refers to the lum reek (chimney smoke) that used to hang over the city
by Alba gu Brath July 3, 2006
refers to a persons mother in a derogatory manor
'your fat'
'yeah and so is your auld one'
by dec555 December 11, 2016
The kind of anxiety that arises as one bids farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve.
"Johnny's auld langxiety kicks in at about 11:55p on New Year's Eve as feelings of intense worry overcome him at the prospect of another year of this shit."
by SalvyZ December 15, 2018
Looming of nervy anxiousness about the new year, and what it may bring.
As the twelth chime came for January, half the room were revelling in Auld-Lang-Syne the other half in auld-langxiety.
by CallumFoster January 8, 2020