Definition of Swedish. Meaning of Swedish. Synonyms of Swedish

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Definition of Swedish

Swedish
Swedish Swed"ish, a. [Cf. G. schwedisch, Sw. svensk.] Of or pertaining to Sweden or its inhabitants. Swedish turnip. (Bot.) See under Turnip.
Swedish
Swedish Swed"ish, n. The language of Swedes.

Meaning of Swedish from wikipedia

- primarily in Sweden and Finland Swedish alphabet, the official alphabet used by the Swedish language Swedish people or Swedes, persons with a Swedish ancestral...
- 63°N 16°E / 63°N 16°E / 63; 16 Sweden (Swedish: Sverige [ˈsværjɛ] (listen)), officially the Kingdom of Sweden (Swedish: Konungariket Sverige (help·info))...
- Swedish (svenska [²svɛnːska] (listen)) is a North Germanic language spoken natively by 9.6 million people, predominantly in Sweden (as the sole official...
- The flag of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges flagga) consists of a yellow or gold Nordic Cross (i.e. an asymmetrical horizontal cross, with the crossbar closer...
- Swedish heraldry is described in plain language, using (in most cases) only Swedish terminology. The earliest known achievements of arms in Sweden are...
- Immigration to Sweden is the process by which people migrate to Sweden to reside in the country. Many, but not all, become Swedish citizens. The economic...
- (PDF). Kantar Sifo (in Swedish). 15 February 2019. "Kristerssons revansch – smällen mot Löfvens pakt". Expressen (in Swedish). 8 February 2019. "Novus/SVT...
- punk have created a punk subculture in Sweden since punk music became po****r in the 1970s. The most famous Swedish punk band was Ebba Grön, followed by...
- Swedish Fish is a fish-shaped, chewy candy originally developed by Swedish candy producer Malaco in the late 1950s for the U.S. market. The wrapper calls...
- Crusades, the Swedish Crusades were campaigns by Sweden in Finland and Novgorod. They include: First Swedish Crusade (1150s) Second Swedish Crusade (1240s)...
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