[ swey-bee-uh ]
/ ˈsweɪ bi ə /
a region and medieval duchy in SW Germany: it constituted the area presently included in the states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, in S Germany.
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OTHER WORDS FROM SwabiaSwa·bi·an, noun, adjective
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How to use Swabia in a sentence
Donauwerth soon shared the same fate, and Nordlingen in Swabia was now invested.
A quiet family of Swabia, a neutral family, saw its peace suddenly broken up.
The river was formerly the boundary between Bavaria and Swabia.
As a matter of fact the king and his lawyers triumphed, where the house of Swabia had failed.
Surely not Prussia, not Swabia, nor this nor that, but all side by side comprise the German brotherhood of race and language.
British Dictionary definitions for Swabia
a region and former duchy (from the 10th century to 1313) of S Germany, now part of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria: part of West Germany until 1990German name: Schwaben (ˈʃvaːbən)
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