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Trond·heim

 (trŏn′hām′, trôn′-)
A city of central Norway on Trondheim Fjord, an inlet of the Norwegian Sea. It was the capital of Norway from the tenth to the thirteenth century.
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Trondheim

(ˈtrɒndˌhaɪm; Norwegian ˈtrɔnhɛim)
n
(Placename) a port in central Norway, on Trondheim Fjord (an inlet of the Norwegian Sea): national capital until 1380; seat of the Technical University of Norway. Pop: 154 351 (2004 est). Former name (until the 16th century and from 1930 to 1931): Nidaros
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Trond•heim

(ˈtrɒn heɪm)

n.
a seaport in central Norway, on Trondheim Fjord. 134,889.
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Noun1.Trondheim - a port in central Norway on Trondheim FjordTrondheim - a port in central Norway on Trondheim Fjord
Kingdom of Norway, Noreg, Norge, Norway - a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe on the western side of the Scandinavian Peninsula; achieved independence from Sweden in 1905
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