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See Nordic.

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nordic (comparative more nordic, superlative most nordic)

  1. Of or relating to cross-country skiing (Compare alpine).
    • 2008 January 25, Nick Kaye, “Trappers Creek at Schweitzer Mountain Resort and Alea”, in New York Times[1]:
      The resort’s terrain, known for its excellent tree skiing, also includes nordic trails and thousands of untracked acres reachable by snowcat on guided trips.
  2. (rare) Alternative spelling of Nordic

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Borrowed from French nordique, Italian nordico, cf. German nordisch. Equivalent to nord +‎ -ic.

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nordic m, n (feminine singular nordică, masculine plural nordici, feminine and neuter plural nordice)

  1. nordic
  2. northern

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