Swabia

Swabia, an ancient duchy in the SW. of Germany, and most fertile part, so called from the Suevi, who in the 1st century displaced the aboriginal Celts, and which, along with Bavaria, formed the nucleus of the Fatherland; was separated by the Rhine from France and Switzerland, having for capital Augsburg, and being divided now into Würtemberg, Bavaria, Baden, and Lichtenstein.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Svir * Swahili
Susanna, The History of
Susquehanna
Sussex
Sutherland
Sutlej
Sutras
Suttee
Suwarrow
Sveaborg
Svir
Swabia
Swahili
Swale
Swammerdam, Jan
Swan of Avon
Swan of Mantua
Swansea
Swatow
Swaziland
Sweating Sickness
Sweating System

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