beldam /ˈbɛldəm / beldame

b

I. noun

1.
‹archaic› an old woman.
2.
‹archaic› a malicious or loathsome old woman.
– origin late Middle English (originally in the sense ‘grandmother’): from Old French bel ‘beautiful’ + dam2.

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