Etymology
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lowland (n.)

land lower than other land thereabouts, c. 1500, originally with reference to the southern and eastern regions of Scotland, from low (adj.) + land (n.). As an adjective from 1560s. Related: Lowlander.

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Definitions of lowland
1
lowland (n.)
low level country;
2
lowland (adj.)
of relatively low or level country;
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