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fæst-land

  • noun [ neuter ]
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fæst-land, es; n. Land adapted to resist attack, that is hard to invade
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  • Fóran wé þurh ðá fæstlond and þurh þá ungeférenlican eorþan

    we marched through country which could easily have been defended and over ground that was almost impassable

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      Nar. 17, 6.
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v. fæst; IV.
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  • fæst-land, n.