Definitions

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  • proper n. A South-Caucasian language of Caucasian Georgia, related to Georgian, Laz, and Mingrelian.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In 2002, he and his wife launched Scandinavian Child, and began importing a variety of children’s goods such as Svan high chairs and bouncers, Cariboo bassinets and changing tables and Monarch nursery chairs.

    Review: Vincent Shoes for Kids | Thingamababy

  • In our tests, the Svan Chair ($250), for example, a wooden high chair by Scandinavian Child, passed all ASTM safety tests except one for forward stability.

    Back-to-basics baby gear

  • In our tests, the Svan Chair $250, for example, a wooden high chair by Scandinavian Child, passed all ASTM safety tests except one for forward stability.

    Back-to-basics baby gear

  • Anyway, the point is Klimov dates a good number of IE roots found in Kartvelian to (1) Common Kartvelian, (2) Common Georgian-Zan, and (3) Common Georgian-Svan.

    Update of my "Diachrony of Pre-IE" document

  • Previous etymological work has established an estimate of the quantity of reconstructed lexemes for each of these periods also for Common Zan-Svan, though it has very few.

    Update of my "Diachrony of Pre-IE" document

  • It is generally thought that Georgian-Zan forms the most recent branch, with Svan the outlying language, due to the quite superior number of common lexical items, though the opposite opinion also exists as Zan has very many grammatical innovations.

    Update of my "Diachrony of Pre-IE" document

  • They derive the name of Sukhumi from a Svan word denoting a plant singular form, cf.

    languagehat.com: GOOGLE SCHOLAR.

  • Svan on reaching the sea struck at Steinn their captain, wounding him badly, and then sprang into his own ship.

    Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga

  • The two men had been great friends, and Svan offered

    Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga

  • They had already loaded their ships, and Svan told them to get on board.

    Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga

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