fjeld


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fjeld

 (fyĕld)
n.
A high barren plateau in the Scandinavian countries.

[Danish, from Old Norse fjall.]

fjeld

(fjɛld) or

field

n
(Physical Geography) a high rocky plateau with little vegetation in Scandinavian countries
[C19: Norwegian; related to Old Norse fjall mountain; see fell5]

fjeld

(fyɛld, fyɛl, fiˈɛld, -ˈɛl)

n.
a rocky barren plateau of the Scandinavian peninsula.
[1855–60; < Norwegian; see fell5]
References in classic literature ?
"One can form some idea of the altitude of this barrier of ice when it is mentioned that from Hofdabrekka farm, which lies high up on a fjeld, one could not see Hjorleifshofdi opposite, which is a fell six hundred and forty feet in height; but in order to do so had to clamber up a mountain slope east of Hofdabrekka twelve hundred feet high."
Team captain Tove Fjeld flew in from Norway for the dinner.
"The evacuation continues at the request of the vessel … they need tugboats to get to port," rescue service spokesman Per Fjeld said, adding that the plan was to bring the Viking Sky to the town of Molde.
Per Fjeld of the Joint Rescue Center Southern Norway said there is no danger to the remaining passengers and the airlift can accommodate them all.
Rescuers were prioritizing the nine crew members on the cargo ship who needed to plunge into the choppy ocean waters before being winched onto helicopters, according to Per Fjeld of the Joint Rescue Center Southern Norway.
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