I send you a sketch I made of a gargle—I think that's the name—on a church-door in Lapland.
Nothing was more certain than that the Bishop of Tronyem was in a Lapland tent.
This track directed us safely to one of the Lapland moveable tents.
Taking an Icelander, by the name of Holm, as his guide, he entered Lapland.
I can scarcely ask a tailor if he remembers the little bit in 'Thalaba,' where the cave of the Lapland sorceress is described?
In the north of this peninsula is Lapland, and in the south, Finland.
The Cantabrian and Lapland tongues have little resemblance to either of the stocks or their branches.
Who could have expected to find such an edifice, here, on the borders of Lapland?
In Lapland, Iceland, Greenland and other parts of the arctic regions, it ranks among the commonest fishes.
The Lapland men and women are distinguished by no such marks.
1570s, from Lapp, the Swedish name for this Finnic people (their name for themselves was Sabme), which probably originally was an insulting coinage (cf. Middle High German lappe "simpleton"). In English traditionally the home of witches and wizards who had power to conjure winds and tempests. Related: Laplander.