Jutland

[ juht-luh nd ]
/ ˈdʒʌt lənd /

noun

a peninsula comprising the continental portion of Denmark: naval battle between the British and German fleets was fought west of this peninsula 1916. 11,441 sq. mi. (29,630 sq. km).
Danish Jylland.

Related forms

Jut·land·er, nounJut·land·ish, adjectivepost-Jut·land, adjective
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Examples from the Web for jutlander

  • "But not of Jutland manufacture—he cannot be called a Jutlander," was Morten's witty reply.

    The Sand-Hills of Jutland|Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Jutlander's face was red and swollen with crying, and the debauch of the night before was still heavy in his legs.

    Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo
  • Wulfstan was perhaps a Jutlander, and his voyage was confined to the Baltic.

    The Discovery of Muscovy|Richard Hakluyt
  • The door at the end of the gangway opened, and the big Jutlander came out with a tiny coffin under his arm.

    Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo

British Dictionary definitions for jutlander (1 of 2)

Jutlander

/ (ˈdʒʌtləndə) /

noun

a native or inhabitant of Jutland

British Dictionary definitions for jutlander (2 of 2)

Jutland

/ (ˈdʒʌtlənd) /

noun

a peninsula of N Europe: forms the continental portion of Denmark and geographically includes the N part of the German province of Schleswig-Holstein, while politically it includes only the mainland of Denmark and the islands north of Limfjorden; a major but inconclusive naval battle was fought off its NW coast in 1916 between the British and German fleetsDanish name: Jylland
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