Swadish fowk

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Swadish fowk
svenskar
Tot population
(c. 14,000,000
Includin those wi Swadish ancestry)
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Swaden:      7,712,376 (2010 est.)[1]
Other significant population centers:
Swadish-speakin ethnic minorities
 Finlandapprox. 280,000 [2] Swadish citizens/Swadish speakers
 Spain65,000[3]
 Unitit States56,324[4]
 Norawa28 730[5]
 Unitit Kinrick22,525[6]
 Denmark21,000[7]
 Fraunce16,000[8]
 Germany9,500[6]
 Finland9,000 (Swadish citizens)
 Australie8,170[9]
 Canadae7,000[10]
 Italy6000 (est.)[11]
 Brazil23,048 (est.)
 Mexico425
 Estonie300[12]
 Ukraine108
 Argentinae800[13]
Ither regions72,000[14] Persons wi Swadish ancestry
 Unitit States4,325,000[15]
 Canadae334,765[16]
 Argentinae175,000[17] (est.)
 Australie30,375[18]
 New Zealand1,257[19]
 Brazil32,975[20]
Leids
Swadish
Releegion
Mainly Lutheranism an mair recently Secularism. An aw see Releegion in Swaden. Historically Norse paganism
Relatit ethnic groups
Ither Scandinavie fowks

Swedes (Swadish: svenskar) are a naition an ethnic group native tae Swaden, maistly inhabitin Swaden an the ither Nordic kintras, wi descendants livin in a nummer o kintras.

Etymologie[eedit | eedit soorce]

Maist scholars gree that Suiones an the attestit Germanic forms o the name derive frae the same Proto-Indo-European reflexive pronominal ruit, *s(w)e, as the Laitin suus. The wird must hae meant "ane's awn (tribesmen)". In modren Scandinavie, the same ruit appears in wirds such as svåger (brither-in-law) and svägerska (sister-in-law). The same ruit an oreeginal meanin is foond in the ethnonym o the Germanic tribe Suebi, preservit tae this day in the name Schwaben.[21][22][23][24]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Summary of Population Statistics 1960 - 2008 (corrected version 2009-05-13)". www.scb.se. 13 Mey 2009. Retrieved 6 Februar 2010. (excludin 1,661,003 persons, or 17.9% o the population, livin in Swaden wi immigrant backgrund.)
  2. Finnish Population Registry Center 31.12.2008
  3. Swedish Embassy, Madrid (2008) - in Swedish Archived 2009-01-07 at the Wayback Machine
  4. American Community Survey & Census 2000
  5. SSB Population Count 2009 (in Norwegian)
  6. a b "Country-of-birth database". Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Retrieved 16 Januar 2010.
  7. Joshua project-Ethnic groups of Denmark
  8. 16 000 svenskar i Frankrike Archived 2013-05-31 at the Wayback Machine
  9. "Migration" (PDF). 2006 Census. Australian Bureau of Statistics. 29 Mairch 2007. Retrieved 16 Januar 2010. (table 6.8)
  10. Sweden's embassy in Ottawa (in Swedish) Archived 2012-03-14 at the Wayback Machine
  11. "Det bor, mer eller mindre permanent, uppskattningsvis 6 000 svenska medborgare i Italien" - Swedish embassy in Rome Archived 2012-03-14 at the Wayback Machine
  12. "PC225: Population By Ethnic Nationality, Mother Tongue and Citizenship". Estonian Population Census 2000. Statistics Estonia. Retrieved 10 Julie 2010.
  13. Sweden's embassy in Argentina (in Swedish) Archived 2010-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
  14. SCB estimates that 300,000 Swedes live abroad. The countries above add up to roughly 228,000.
  15. US Census Bureau Archived 2020-02-11 at Archive.today
  16. Statistics Canada - Ethnic origins, 2006 counts, for Canada, provinces and territories
  17. Swedish-Argentines
  18. 2006 Australian Census Reports 30,375 people of Swedish Ancestry
  19. Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
  20. [1][deid airtin]
  21. Noreen, A. Nordens äldsta folk- och ortnamn (i Fornvännen 1920 sid 32).
  22. name = pokorny>Pokorny. Indogermanisches Etymologisches Woerterbuch. 1959 Archived 2011-06-13 at the Wayback Machine
  23. Hellquist, Elof. 1922. Svensk etymologisk ordbok. Svear
  24. Bandle, Oskar. 2002.

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