From Middle English uplondish, oplondysch, uplondysch, from Old English uplendisc (“uplandish”), equivalent to upland + -ish.
uplandish (comparative more uplandish, superlative most uplandish)
- (obsolete) Of or pertaining to uplands; pertaining to or situated in country districts.
- (obsolete) rustic, rude, boorish; countrified, unsophisticated, or uncivilized.
- (obsolete) Upland.
- Wild or savage; mountainous, or dwelling in the mountains.