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Scandinavian (ˌskændɪˈneɪvɪən Pronunciation for Scandinavian



  1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Scandinavia, its inhabitants, or their languages


  1. a native or inhabitant of Scandinavia
  2. Also: Norse. the northern group of Germanic languages, consisting of Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Faeroese

Translations for 'Scandinavian'

  • British English: ScandinavianPronunciation for Scandinavian Scandinavian means belonging or relating to a group of northern European countries that includes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, or to the people, languages, or culture of those countries.The Baltic republics have called on the Scandinavian countries for help.ˌskændɪˈneɪvɪən ADJECTIVE
  • Arabic: اسكندينافيّPronunciation for اسكندينافيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: escandinavoPronunciation for escandinavo escandinava
  • Chinese: 斯堪的纳维亚的Pronunciation for 斯堪的纳维亚的
  • Croatian: skandinavskiPronunciation for skandinavski skandinavska
  • Czech: skandinávskýPronunciation for skandinávský
  • Danish: skandinaviskPronunciation for skandinavisk
  • Dutch: ScandinavischPronunciation for Scandinavisch
  • European Spanish: escandinavoPronunciation for escandinavo escandinava
  • Finnish: skandinaavinenPronunciation for skandinaavinen
  • French: scandinavePronunciation for scandinave
  • German: skandinavischPronunciation for skandinavisch
  • Greek: σκανδιναβικόςPronunciation for σκανδιναβικός σκανδιναβική
  • Italian: scandinavoPronunciation for scandinavo scandinava
  • Japanese: スカンジナビアのPronunciation for スカンジナビアの
  • Korean: 스칸디나비아의Pronunciation for 스칸디나비아의
  • Norwegian: skandinaviskPronunciation for skandinavisk
  • Polish: skandynawskiPronunciation for skandynawski skandynawska
  • Portuguese: escandinavoPronunciation for escandinavo escandinava
  • Romanian: scandinav scandinav, scandinavă, scandinavi, scandinave
  • Russian: скандинавскийPronunciation for скандинавский скандинавская
  • Spanish: escandinavoPronunciation for escandinavo escandinava
  • Swedish: skandinaviskPronunciation for skandinavisk skandinaviskt
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับดินแดนในยุโรปเหนือPronunciation for เกี่ยวกับดินแดนในยุโรปเหนือ
  • Turkish: İskandinavPronunciation for İskandinav
  • Ukrainian: скандинавський
  • Vietnamese: thuộc ScandinaviaPronunciation for thuộc Scandinavia

Example Sentences Including 'Scandinavian'

Gus Anders, that had been his name, and despite the Scandinavian name, he had been black.
Bringle, Mary Death of an Unknown Man
He said it was the first time he can recall such a complaint ever being filed in the Scandinavian country.
canada.com (2004)
IT WAS not a normal day at the office for players in the Volvo Scandinavian Masters here yesterday.
Independent (1998)
In addition, Duo offers low fares to a range of Continental and Scandinavian destinations.
Belfast Telegraph (2004)
My taste's more towards the Scandinavian type of furnishing.
Richard Francis PROSPECT HILL (2003)
Not once, take note Radio 3, have I been subjected to a dissonant cacophony as composed by a demented Scandinavian.
Then they have something borrowed from classical, Scandinavian , or eastern culture further to identify them.
Richard Fortey THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)
There's also talk of a Scandinavian tour or a barnstorming tour of smaller Canadian cities.
canada.com (2004)
`All her warnings about those libertine Scandinavian women proved to be true.
Low, Ona Murky Shallows


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