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Swedophone (not comparable)
- 2007, Bjarne Thorup Thomsen, Centring on the Peripheries, page 40:
- The Swedophone part of the population (approximately 13 percent in 1900)
- 2015, Lonely Planet Scandinavia, :
- Over half the population are Swedophone in Jakobstad (Finnish: Pietarsaari), one of the most distinctive and enchanting spots on this part of the Finnish west coast known as parallelsverige (parallel Sweden).
- 2016, The Reception of Byzantium in European Culture since 1500, :
- Studies in Swedophone Literature and Culture
Swedophone (plural Swedophones)
- A speaker of Swedish.
- 2005, Sabrina P. Ramet, Thinking about Yugoslavia, page 311:
- Swedophones may turn to the works of Christian Palme and Bo Pellnäs.
- 2006, Carl O. Nordling, Finland: The Making of a Nation, page 98:
- These people would then have been forced to abandon their language and become Swedophones.
- 2007, Bjarne Thorup Thomsen, Centring on the Peripheries, page 42:
- To ensure the survival of their language, the Swedophones now had to assert their right to be part of that country
speaker of Swedish