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  • Swede — may refer to: * A resident or citizen of Sweden * A member of the Swedish ethnic group * Swedes (Germanic tribe), an ancient North Germanic tribe inhabiting parts of modern day Sweden * Rutabaga, a root vegetable, commonly called swede .Persons… …   Wikipedia

  • Swede — (n.) 1610s, from Low German, from M.L.G. Swede, back formed from a source akin to O.E. Sweoðeod, lit. Swede people, from Sweon (pl.) Swedes (O.N., O.Swed. Sviar), called by the Romans Suiones, probably from P.Gmc. *sweba free, independent, or… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Swede — Swede, n. [Cf. G. Schwede.] 1. A native or inhabitant of Sweden. [1913 Webster] 2. (Bot.) A Swedish turnip. See under {Turnip}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • swede — [swi:d] n [U and C] BrE a round yellow vegetable that grows under the ground American Equivalent: rutabaga …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Swede — n someone from Sweden …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • swede — [ swid ] noun count or uncount BRITISH a RUTABAGA …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Swede — [ swid ] noun count someone who comes from Sweden …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Swede — ► NOUN ▪ a person from Sweden …   English terms dictionary

  • swede — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a large, round yellow fleshed root vegetable originally introduced into Scotland from Sweden; rutabaga …   English terms dictionary

  • Swede — [swēd] n. 1. a person born or living in Sweden 2. [< SWEDISH TURNIP] Chiefly Brit. RUTABAGA …   English World dictionary

  • swede — n. 1 a a native or national of Sweden. b a person of Swedish descent. 2 (swede) (in full swede turnip) a large yellow fleshed turnip, Brassica napus, orig. from Sweden. Etymology: MLG & MDu. Swede, prob. f. ON Sviacutethjoacuteth f. Sviacutear… …   Useful english dictionary

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