Jarlsberg

['jα:lzbə:g]
noun trademark a firm, mild Norwegian cheese.
Origin
named after the town of Jarlsberg, Norway.

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  • Jarlsberg — ist der Name von Fritz Wedel Jarlsberg (1855−1942), einem norwegischen Diplomaten Jarlsberg bezeichnet einen Herrensitz, siehe Jarlsberg (Grafschaft) einen Käse, siehe Jarlsberg (Käse) Diese Seite ist …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jarlsberg — Pays d’origine Norvège Région, ville Vestfold Lait de vache Pâte …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Jarlsberg — País de origen Noruega Ciudad Jarlsberg Leche de Vaca …   Wikipedia Español

  • Jarlsberg — [yärlz′bʉrg΄] trademark for a mild, buttery Norwegian cheese with large holes n. [sometimes j ] this cheese: also Jarlsberg cheese …   English World dictionary

  • Jarlsberg® — /yärlzˈbûrg/ noun A hard yellow cheese made in Jarlsberg in Norway …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jarlsberg — Jarlsberg, 1) (J. Laurvig), Amt im norwegischen Stifte Aggerhuus, umgeben von den Ämtern Bradsberg u. Buskerud, dem Christiania u. Drammenfjord, durchflossen vom Longen Elf; 18 QM.; 58,000 Ew. in zwei Vogteien, J. u. Laurvig; 2) die nördliche u.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Jarlsberg — For the cheese, see Jarlsberg cheese. Vestfold county with Jarlsberg indicated in blue Jarlsberg was a former county which forms part of Vestfold county in Norway. The former counties of Jarlsberg and Larvik were merged in 1821. Jarlsberg and… …   Wikipedia

  • Jarlsberg — /ˈjalzbɜg/ (say yahlzberg), /ˈdʒalzbɜg/ (say jahlzberg) noun a scalded curd, semi hard cheese with a slightly sweet mild flavour and with large holes throughout. {from Jarlsberg, Norway} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Jarlsberg — /yahrlz berrg/, Trademark. a Norwegian hard cheese, similar to Swiss cheese, with a buttery flavor and large holes. * * * …   Universalium

  • Jarlsberg — Jarls|berg trademark a type of hard, pale yellow cheese made in Norway, which has holes in it and a not very strong taste …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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