- The definition of a fjeld is a high, often rocky, barren plateau in a Scandinavian country.
An example of a fjeld is the Scandinavian Peninsula.
fjeld definition by Webster's New World
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a barren plateau in Scandinavian countries
Origin: Norwegian ; from Old Norse fiall, fjall, fell
fjeld definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A high barren plateau in the Scandinavian countries.
Origin: Danish, from Old Norse fjall.
fjeld - Science Definition
A high, barren plateau. The most well-known fjeld is on the Scandinavian Peninsula.