Gelderland [ gel-der-land; Dutch -d khel uh r-lahnt ] SHOW IPA / ˈgɛl dərˌlænd; Dutch ˈxɛl dərˌlɑnt / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun a province in E Netherlands. 1,965 sq. mi. (5,090 sq. km). Capital: Arnhem.
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How to use Gelderland in a sentence
Numerous representatives from all the States but two—
Gelderland and Overyssel—had already taken their places.
From Mary of
Gelderland, the queen regent, she purchased the promise of help at the price of surrendering Berwick.
In 1233 the place came into the possession of the dukes of
Gelderland and received the status of a town in 1247.
Another favourite dish, especially in Overyssel and
Gelderland, is 'Kruidmoes.' British Dictionary definitions for Gelderland Gelderland Guelderland / ( ˈɡɛldəˌlænd, Dutch ˈxɛldərlɑnt) / noun a province of the E Netherlands: formerly a duchy, belonging successively to several different European powers. Capital: Arnhem. Pop: 1 960 000 (2003 est). Area: 5014 sq km (1955 sq miles) Also called: Guelders
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