What does Scandinavian mean?

Definitions for Scandinavian
ˌskæn dəˈneɪ vi ənScan·di·na·vian

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Scandinavian, Norse, Northmannoun

    an inhabitant of Scandinavia

  2. Scandinavian, Scandinavian language, Nordic, Norse, North Germanic, North Germanic languageadjective

    the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland

  3. Scandinavian, Norseadjective

    of or relating to Scandinavia or its peoples or cultures

    "Norse sagas"; "Norse nomads"

Wiktionary

  1. Scandinaviannoun

    Someone from Scandinavia.

  2. Scandinavianadjective

    Of Scandinavia.

  3. Scandinavianadjective

    (Of a language) Of the North Germanic family to which Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, and Faeroese belong.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Scandinavianadjective

    of or pertaining to Scandinavia, that is, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark

  2. Scandinaviannoun

    a native or inhabitant of Scandinavia

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Scandinavian

    skan-di-nā′vi-an, adj. of Scandinavia, the peninsula divided into Norway and Sweden, but, in a historical sense, applying also to Denmark and Iceland.—n. a native of Scandinavia. [L. Scandinavia, Scandia.]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Scandinavian in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Scandinavian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Scandinavian in a Sentence

  1. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    Your mind is your spirit; do not seek any other hidden soul inside you! All is in the brain! The depiction of a spirit rising to the sky is no more real than a medieval Scandinavian fairytales!

  2. Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary:

    Our focus will be on one of the two major Scandinavian airlines, we think one or the other of those are the most likely to fail this winter.

  3. German Chancellor Angela Merkel:

    Two people sit by the Barcaccia fountain near almost empty Spanish Steps, in Rome on Tuesday. ( AP Photo/Andrew Medichini) Premier Giuseppe Conte on Wednesday said he will consider requests to toughen Italys already extraordinary anti-virus lockdown. Adding to its efforts, the Italian government also announced a $ 28 billion allocation to fight the outbreak on both medical and economic fronts. The first measures, expected to be outlined Friday, will support health services, the civil protection agency and the labor market. The Vittorio Emanuele shopping arcade appeared almost desert in Milan on Wednesday as Italy mulls even tighter restrictions on daily life. ( AP Photo/Luca Bruno) The World Health Organizationon Wednesdaydeclared the virus a pandemic, noting that the number of cases outside China had exploded13-fold over the past two weeks. There are now more than 118,000 cases of COVID-19 in 114 countries, with 4,291 deaths, WHO Director-GeneralTedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. Other European nations are issuing measures to slow down and control the spread of the virus, and provide a cushion for the economic shock of the outbreak. Spain Spains coronavirus cases have surpassed 2,000, with roughly half of them in the Madrid region, where two-thirds of the countrys 47 virus-related deaths have occurred, the Health Ministry said Wednesday. The number of cases saw a 60 percent increase since Tuesday. United States TOURISTS QUARANTINED IN SPANISH HOTEL AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS : HEALTH OFFICIALS Madrids fatalities are high because much of the contagion there is taking place in nursing homes, said Fernando Simn, director of Spains health emergency center. Empty shelves are seen in a supermarket as people begin to stock up on provisions in Madrid on Tuesday. ( AP Photo/Manu Fernandez) Schools and universities in Madrid and two northern regions have been ordered to close for two weeks to help slow the outbreaks spread. Workers were urged to telecommute to help reduce crowds on public transit. Denmark The Scandinavian country saw a 191 percent spike in Spain Spains coronavirus cases, with 90 more infections confirmed on Wednesday, for a total of at least 262. Local Denmark SEES FIRST CORONAVIRUS CASE IN MAN RETURNING FROM ITALY VACATION Denmarks leaders have advised the public to avoid using public transportation, while some schools also closed, Local Denmark reported. Health officials also have advised against shaking hands, a measure that has suspended naturalization ceremonies, which require a mandatory handshake by law, The New York Times reported. Germany With at least 1,300 infections as of Wednesday, Germany so far has only three deaths a low rate that experts attributeto rapid testing as the outbreak unfolded. German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a warning, citingexpert estimates that up to 70 percent of the population could be infected with the virus. HOW IS GERMANY CONTROLLING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK ? You have to understand that if the virus is there, and the population has no immunity yet to this virus, there are no vaccines and no therapy so far, a high percentage experts say 60 to 70 percent of the population will be infected.

  4. Gert Tinggaard Svendsen:

    Trust is the foundation for Scandinavian openness about taxes, the welfare systems we have in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are basically a collective insurance ... you trust that all the other people will work and pay taxes. That trust in other people gets an extreme expression in the publication of taxes.

  5. Valeria Bordone:

    The intermediate model is represented by most of the western European countries and the Czech Republic, where grandparents are strongly involved in child care but with a lower frequency than in the Mediterranean model and higher than in the Scandinavian countries, in these countries, characterized by levels of policy support that are in between the other two models, grandparental child care is complementary to public policies rather than substituting them.

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