The Collaborative International Dictionary
Stalder \Stal"der\ (st[add]l"d[~e]r), n. [From the root of stall.] A wooden frame to set casks on. [Prov. Eng.]
n. (context UK dialect English) A wooden frame to set casks on.
Stalder may refer to:
- Florian Stalder (born 1982), racing cyclist
- Josef Stalder (1919–1991), gymnast
- Keith J. Stalder, United States Marine Corps general
- Lara Stalder (born 1994), ice hockey player
- Marvin Stalder (1905–1982), rower
- Ralph Stalder (born 1986), ice hockey player
- Richard Stalder (born 1951), public official
Usage examples of "stalder".
Pansy Stalder was forty-eight years old, had long stringy red hair, was fifty pounds overweight causing her to waddle when she walked and wore dresses that were too short and too tight.
After a perturbed Pansy Stalder left the office, Lucille pushed the button on the intercom.