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Vin·land

 (vĭn′lənd)
A coastal region of northeast North America visited by Norse voyagers as early as c. 1000. Probably located somewhere between Newfoundland and Rhode Island, Vinland was named for the grapes growing plentifully in the area.
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Vinland

(ˈvɪnlənd) or

Vineland

n
(Placename) the stretch of the E coast of North America visited by Leif Ericson and other Vikings from about 1000 ad
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Vin•land

(ˈvɪn lənd)

n.
a region in E North America variously identified as a place between Newfoundland and Virginia: visited and described by Norsemen ab. A.D. 1000.
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