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fjeld

[ fyeld; Norwegian fyel ]
/ fyɛld; Norwegian fyɛl /
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noun
a rocky, barren plateau of the Scandinavian peninsula.
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Origin of fjeld

From Norwegian, dating back to 1855–60; see origin at fell5

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British Dictionary definitions for fjeld

fjeld

field

/ (fjɛld) /

noun
a high rocky plateau with little vegetation in Scandinavian countries

Word Origin for fjeld

C19: Norwegian; related to Old Norse fjall mountain; see fell 5
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Scientific definitions for fjeld

fjeld
[ fyĕld ]

A high, barren plateau. The most well-known fjeld is on the Scandinavian Peninsula.
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