Definition of Allerød in English:

Allerød

Syllabification: Al·le·rød
Pronunciation: /ˈaləˌro͝od, -ˌrœd
 
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noun

(the Allerød) Geology
The second climatic stage of the late-glacial period in northern Europe, between the two Dryas stages (about 12,000 to 10,800 years ago). It was an interlude of warmer weather marked by the spread of birch, pine, and willow.

Origin

1920s: place name near Copenhagen in Denmark.

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