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Suevian

[ swey-vee-uhn ]
/ ˈsweɪ vi ən /
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noun
a member of an ancient Germanic people of uncertain origin, mentioned in the writings of Caesar and Tacitus.
a member of a Germanic people that invaded France and Spain in the 5th century a.d.
adjective
of or relating to the Suevians.
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Origin of Suevian

1610–20; <Latin Suēb(ī), Suēv(ī) (of Germanic originally; compare German Schwaben,Old English Swǣfe) + -ian
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