There are 2 definitions of wilding in English:

wilding1

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪldɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun] US informal
  • The activity by a gang of youths of going on a protracted and violent rampage in a public place, attacking or mugging people at random: prison put halt to his wilding
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    • Meanwhile, wilding white youths combed the area terrorizing any black people they encountered with racial slurs and threats.
    • Prison put a halt to his wilding and misadventures in the game, but thuglife still manifested itself, seeping out of him when he plays ball.

Origin

1980s: from the adjective wild + -ing1.

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There are 2 definitions of wilding in English:

wilding2

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Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪldɪŋ
 
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(also wildling /-lɪŋ/)

noun

  • A wild plant, especially an apple tree descended from cultivated varieties, or its fruit.
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    • However, interest in how cultivated plants consort with wildlings had started long before genetic engineering was even a glimmer in a test tube.
    • The souped-up wildlings set 50 percent more seeds than the regular wild ones did.
    • All of these, the wildlings and selected forms alike, take up little space, look delightful when interplanted with small spring bulbs, and provide enormous interest at a time when any colour is to be cherished.

Origin

early 16th century: from the adjective wild + -ing3.

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Word of the day maelstrom
Pronunciation: ˈmālˌsträm
noun
a powerful whirlpool in the sea