Fiord

Fiord (fy...rd; i or y consonant, ยง 272) noun [ Dan. & Norw. fiord . See Frith .] A narrow inlet of the sea, penetrating between high banks or rocks, as on the coasts of Norway and Alaska. [ Written also fjord .]
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Fiord

A fiord is a long, narrow inlet of the sea, with steep sides, scooped out in ages past by glaciers. A fiord is usually very deep, becoming shallower towards its mouth.
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Fiord

A former glacial valley with steep walls and a U-shaped profile now occupied by the sea.
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fiord

A former glacial valley with steep walls and a U-shaped profile now occupied by the sea.
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Fiord

A glaciated valley flooded by the sea to form a long, narrow, steep-walled inlet.
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fiord

Alternative spelling of fjord
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fiord

fiord: see fjord.
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