Definition of eastland in English:

eastland

noun

  • An eastern country or district; specifically (usually with capital initial) the (especially eastern) Baltic region (now historical).

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Old English Hexateuch: General. From the uninflected (originally adverb) stem of east + land. Compare estriche and later East-country.

Pronunciation

eastland

/ˈiːs(t)lənd/