What is another word for swede?

Pronunciation: [swˈiːd] (IPA)

Swede is a term that refers to a root vegetable derived from the turnip family, also called rutabaga in North America. In many parts of the world, the vegetable is known by various names and synonyms that reflect its native region and dialects. In Scotland and Ireland, swede is referred to as neep while in England it is called turnip-rooted cabbage. In North America, it is called rutabaga although many consider it a variety of turnip. Some other common synonyms for swede are yellow turnip, Russian turnip, and swedish turnip. Regardless of what it is called, swede is a versatile and healthy vegetable that can be used in a variety of dishes.

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What are the hypernyms for Swede?

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What are the hyponyms for Swede?

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  • hyponyms for swede (as nouns)

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Usage examples for Swede

The swede sauntered away down a by-path, and the young man kept on the main road to the village and entered its one hotel where he had engaged a room a few hours before.
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Payne Erskine
After a little the swede grew impatient.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
"I say," called the swede after him.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine

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