'fell' can also refer to...

Aiwel and the Stone that Fell from the Sky

Alison Fell (b. 1944)

Carlos Feller (1925)

Cartmel Fell

Cathedral Forests and the Felling of Sacred Groves

Charlotte Fell Smith (1851—1937) historian

Chido: When the Sun Fell to the Earth

Dame Honor Bridget Fell (1900—1986) cell biologist

Dick Feller (b. 1943)


Fell, Dr. Gideon

fell field

fell running

fell swoop, at one

Feller's coin-tossing constants


Fell's Cave, Chile

Henry Fell (c. 1630—1677) Quaker missionary

John Fell (1625—1686) bishop of Oxford

John Fell (1735—1797) Independent minister and classical tutor

Jok and the Man Who Fell from the Sky

Leonard Fell (1624—1701) Quaker missionary and writer

Man Who Fell To Earth

Margaret Fell (1614—1702) Quaker leader

Rachel Fell McDermott

Samuel Fell (c. 1584—1649) dean of Christ Church, Oxford

Sheila Fell (1931—1979) landscape painter

Simon Fell (b. 1959)

Terry Fell (b. 1921)


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An area of open mountainside with low-lying vegetation. The word is derived from the Old Norse fiall, meaning ‘hill’, and survives in a number of place names in northern England, probably as a result of Viking settlement.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.

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