Etymology
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Holy Land 

"western Palestine, Judaea," late 13c., translating Medieval Latin terra sancta (11c.).

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landfill (n.)

1916, from land (n.) + fill (n.). A euphemism for dump (n.).

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landform (n.)

1889 (earlier in German); see land (n.) + form (n.). Perhaps immediately from German Landform.

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landlocked (adj.)

also land-locked, "almost shut in by land," 1620s, from land (n.) + past participle of lock (v.).

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wonderland (n.)

"imaginary realm," 1787, from wonder (n.) + land (n.).

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landlady (n.)

"woman who owns a house or land occupied by tenants, 1520s, from land (n.) + lady.

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grassland (n.)

also grass-land, "land perpetually under grass," 1680s, from grass + land (n.).

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