noun, Chiefly Scot.
a long, narrow indentation of the seacoast.
John Rupert, 1890–1960, English linguist.
a relatively narrow inlet of the sea, esp in Scotland
“arm of the sea, estuary of a river,” early 15c., Scottish, from Old Norse fjörðr (see fjord).
A long, narrow inlet of the sea. Firths are usually the lower part of an estuary, but are sometimes fjords.
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