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Swede native of Sweden XVII; (for earlier Swedish turnip) large variety of turnip (introduced into Scotland from Sweden XVIII) XIX. — MLG., MDu. Swēde (Du. Zweed), prob. — ON. Svípjóð ‘people of the Swedes’, Sweden, f. Svíar Swedes + pjóǫ people.

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swede Root of Brassica rutabaga or Swedish turnip; called rutabaga in the USA. A 150‐g portion is a rich source of vitamin C; a source of vitamin B1; provides 4.5 g of dietary fibre; supplies 15 kcal (60 kJ).

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swede

swede Root vegetable belonging to the mustard family (Brassicaceae/Cruciferae). The large, swollen taproot may be eaten cooked as a vegetable or fed to animals as fodder. Height: c.30cm (12in). Species B. napus napobrassica.

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Swede

Swede / swēd/ • n. a native or national of Sweden, or a person of Swedish descent.

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swede / swēd/ • n. British term for rutabaga.

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swede

swede: see turnip.

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Swede

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