The Frigid or Frozen Zone

The Frigid or Frozen Zone [so named of frigidus, L.exceeding cold; because they being far remote from the course of the sun in the ecliptick, they can partake of but little of its heat]
are segments of the surface of the earth terminated, the one by the Antarctic, and the other by the Arctic circle, comprehended between the poles and the polar circles: that towards the South is not yet known whether it be land or water; that towards the North contains part of Iceland and Norway, Lapland, Finmark, Somoseda, Nova Zembla, Greenland; and some other parts of North America.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

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The Frigid or Frozen Zone