[ skan-dee-uh ]


Origin of scandia

From New Latin; see origin at scandium, -ia

Words Nearby scandia

Other definitions for Scandia (2 of 2)

[ skan-dee-uh ]

  1. ancient name of the S Scandinavian Peninsula. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use scandia in a sentence

  • Bea had never before been in a town larger than scandia Crossing, which has sixty-seven inhabitants.

    Main Street | Sinclair Lewis
  • The balance of the equipment was sent on the scandia, as there was not sufficient room on the Rio Janeiro.

  • Four were sent on the scandia, the remaining twelve on the Arizona.

  • He mentions scandia, Nerigon, the largest of them all, and Thule.

    Sweden | Victor Nilsson
  • Olaf Swenson, the big blond fellow from the scandia fiords, came and flung himself down beside Grantline.

    Brigands of the Moon | Ray Cummings