Lolland

[ lol-uh nd; Danish law-lahn ]
/ ˈlɒl ənd; Danish ˈlɔ lɑn /

noun

Definition for lolland (2 of 2)

Laaland

or Lol·land

[ lol-uh nd; Danish law-lahn ]
/ ˈlɒl ənd; Danish ˈlɔ lɑn /

noun

an island in SE Denmark, S of Zealand. 495 sq. mi. (1280 sq. km).

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Examples from the Web for lolland

  • We sailed south to Lolland, but we could find no word of a large ship with a plain prow and a new crew.

    The Sentimental Vikings|Richard Voorhees Risley
  • The men of the ship have told ye of the fight; how in the south, off Lolland, they met a Viking-ship which attacked them.

    The Sentimental Vikings|Richard Voorhees Risley
  • He was from Lolland, and his name was Ludvig; he was not particularly bright, but robust and as strong as a giant.

British Dictionary definitions for lolland (1 of 2)

Lolland

Laaland

/ (Danish ˈlɔlan) /

noun

an island of Denmark in the Baltic Sea, south of Sjælland. Pop: 69 796 (2003 est). Area: 1240 sq km (480 sq miles)

British Dictionary definitions for lolland (2 of 2)

Laaland

/ (Danish ˈlɔlan) /

noun

a variant spelling of Lolland

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