noun Scandinavian History.
Origin of jarl
Related formsjarl·dom, noun
Examples from the Web for jarl
She shrank away a little, as if frightened at the jarl's dark face and stern words, but Hubba called her by name.
It was best, the jarl had said, to trust deep water rather than a stockade after the darkness should come.
"I would I better knew the streets," said the jarl, as he strode swiftly onward.
In the morning news was brought to Jarl Ubbe that his stranger guest had slain sixty of the best of his soldiery.Hero-Myths & Legends of the British Race|Maud Isabel Ebbutt
That made the jarl think that somewhat was amiss, and he bade his men bind us both.