fiord

[ fyawrd, fyohrd; Norwegian fyohr, fyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiord
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIORD

The boys were to cross the fiord with them and return in the boat.

Those heights had as many hiding places as the fiord country.

They must locate some break nearer than the fiord, down which they had come.

In front of it the sea came up into the land and made a fiord.

Thorstein taught him to swim in the rough waters of the fiord.

In the spring Eric means to give him a farm up the fiord a way.

Hund was quite alone, pulling with all his might down the fiord.

M. Kollsen began to be anxious to be on the other side of the fiord.

Do promise me not to go more than four miles down the fiord.

Drowned, my liege, in the fiord, as I had been but for your gracious help.

WORD ORIGIN

alternative form of fjord (q.v.).

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