Teutoburger Wald[to͞oˈtə-bûrˌgər wôldˈ, toiˈtō-bo͝orˌgər vältˈ]
Teutoburger Wald definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A range of wooded hills in northwest Germany between the upper Ems and the Weser rivers. It was the site of a victory by Arminius over Roman legions in A.D. 9, commemorated by a monument near the city of Detmold.
Variant of Teutoburg Forest
region of low, forested mountains, mostly in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: highest point, c. 1,500 ft (457 m)
Ger. name Teutoburger Wald