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sweven

[ swev-uhn ]
/ ˈswɛv ən /
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noun Archaic.

a vision; dream.

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Origin of sweven

before 900; Middle English; Old English swefn; akin to Old Norse sofa to sleep, Latin somnus,Greek hýpnos sleep
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sweven
/ (ˈswɛvən) /

noun

archaic a vision or dream

Word Origin for sweven

Old English swefn; related to Old Norse svefn dream, sleep, Lithuanian sāpnas, Old Slavonic sunu, Latin somnus
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