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  • Sverrig (archaic, fell out of use after 1950)

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From Old Norse Svíaríki, from Svía (of Swedes) +‎ ríki (kingdom). Cognate with Swedish Sverige, Old English Swēorīċe.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈsvɛrˀiə/, [ˈsʋ̥aɐ̯ˀi], [ˈsʋ̥aɐ̯ˀjə]

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Sverige

  1. Sweden (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Stockholm)

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Sverige

  1. Sweden (a country in Scandinavia in Europe)

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Sverige n

  1. Sweden (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Stockholm)

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Sverige n

  1. Sweden (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Stockholm)

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svea (of the Swedes) +‎ rike (realm). From Old Swedish Sverghe, Sverighe, Sverike, Sværike.[1]

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  • IPA(key): /ˈsvɛrjɛ/, [ˈs̪værjɛ̠]
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Sverige n (genitive Sveriges)

  1. Sweden (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Stockholm)
    Synonyms: (solemn or poetic) Svea rike, (colloquial) Svedala, (humorous) Svärje

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  1. ^ Sverige in Elof Hellquist, Svensk etymologisk ordbok (1st ed., 1922)