A table, when used in reference to landforms, is a hill, flank of a mountain, or mountain, that has a flat top.
This landform has numerous names in addition to "table", including:
The term "flat" is relative when speaking of tables, and often the naming or identification of a table (or table mountain) is based on the appearance of the terrain feature from a distance or from below it. An example is Mesa Verde, Colorado, where the "flat top" of the mountain is both rolling terrain and cut by numerous deep canyons and arroyos, but whose rims appear quite flat from almost all directions, terminating in cliffs.
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