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1Nordic

adjective Nor·dic \ˈnr-dik\

: of or relating to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and sometimes Finland and Iceland, or to the people who live there

Full Definition of NORDIC

1
:  of or relating to the Germanic peoples of northern Europe and especially of Scandinavia
2
:  of or relating to a group or physical type of the Caucasian race characterized by tall stature, long head, light skin and hair, and blue eyes
3
a :  of or relating to competitive ski events involving cross-country racing, ski jumping, or biathlon — compare alpine
b :  of, relating to, or being cross-country skiing
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Origin of NORDIC

French nordique, from nord north, from Old French north, from Old English
First Known Use: 1898

2Nordic

noun

Definition of NORDIC

1
:  a native of northern Europe
2
:  a person of Nordic physical type
3
:  a member of the peoples of Scandinavia

First Known Use of NORDIC

1901

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