Scania

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From Medieval Latin Scania (attested since 950), from Old Norse Skáney, from Proto-Germanic *Skadinawjō. Doublet of Scandinavia.

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Scania

  1. A historical region, currently part of Sweden, occupying the southernmost tip of the Scandinavian Peninsula.
  2. A manufacturer of trucks and buses based in Sweden.

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Scania f

  1. Scania

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