Definition of sideland in English:

sideland

(also sidelant)

noun

  • 1Chiefly English regional (west.) and Welsh English. In singular and (more usually) in plural Land on the side of a hill; sloping ground.

  • 2Agriculture. Either of the two strips of land at either side of a ploughed field.

adjective

  • Chiefly English regional (west.). Of land or ground: sloping; hilly. Now rare.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Edward Lisle (??1666–1722). From side + land.

Pronunciation

sideland

/ˈsʌɪdland//ˈsʌɪdlənd/