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Essential Swedish Vocabulary: List of the 1000 Most Common Words

We produced this list of the thousand most common Swedish vocabulary words through a statistical analysis of an extensive collection of Swedish-language documents (such as news articles and other articles on the web).

We have sorted this Swedish vocabulary list by frequency: the words appearing near the top are more common than those appearing further down the list.

Swedish is a language that has evolved from Old Norse. As a result, many Swedish words originate from Old Norse.

You can use the buttons below to filter this vocabulary list by word type (noun, verb, adjective, etc.).

Resources for learning Swedish include courses from Babbel and Pimsleur, as well as tutors from Italki.

List of the thousand most common Swedish vocabulary words

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  1. en
    [determiner]
    (a, an)

    Swedish has two grammatical genders. En is the indefinite article for the common gender, while ett is the one used for the neuter gender. In Swedish, definite articles are suffixes rather than separate words, so they do not appear in this vocabulary list.

  2. och
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  3. i
    [preposition]
    (in)
  4. att
    [particle]
  5. vara
    [verb]
    (to be)
  6. den
    [pronoun]
  7. [preposition]
    (on)
  8. som
    [pronoun]
    (as)
  9. ha
    [verb]
    (to have)
  10. för
    [preposition]
    (for)
  11. med
    [preposition]
    (with)
  12. av
    [preposition]
  13. jag
    [pronoun]
    (I)

    Personal pronouns are among the most frequently used vocabulary words in most languages, including Swedish.

  14. till
    [preposition]
    (to)
  15. vi
    [pronoun]
    (we)
  16. inte
    [particle]
  17. om
    [preposition]
  18. sig
    [pronoun]
  19. kunna
    [verb]
    (to be able to)
  20. skola
    [verb]
    (shall)
  21. [adverb]
    (so)

    This is the first adverb appearing in this Swedish frequency dictionary. See here for a guide to Swedish adverbs.

  22. men
    [conjunction]
    (but)
  23. [verb]
    (to get)
  24. man
    [pronoun]
  25. du
    [pronoun]
    (you)
  26. han
    [pronoun]
    (he)
  27. från
    [preposition]
    (from)
  28. de
    [pronoun]
  29. bli
    [verb]
    (to become)
  30. komma
    [verb]
    (to come)
  31. mycket
    [adverb]
    (a lot)
  32. nu
    [adverb]
    (now)
  33. göra
    [verb]
    (to do)
  34. när
    [conjunction]
  35. all
    [determiner]
    (all)
  36. någon
    [determiner]
  37. år
    [noun]
    (a year)
  38. denna
    [determiner]
    (this)
  39. under
    [preposition]
    (under)
  40. annan
    [adjective]
  41. eller
    [conjunction]
    (or)
  42. ta
    [verb]
    (to take)
  43. [verb]
    (to go)
  44. säga
    [verb]
    (to say)
  45. bra
    [adjective]
    (good)

    This Swedish word originates from the French word “brave”.

  46. stor
    [adjective]
    (big)
  47. efter
    [preposition]
    (after)
  48. hon
    [pronoun]
    (she)
  49. här
    [adverb]
    (here)
  50. finnas
    [verb]
    (to be)
  51. där
    [adverb]
    (there)
  52. se
    [verb]
    (to see)
  53. ny
    [adjective]
    (new)
  54. vid
    [preposition]
    (at)
  55. också
    [adverb]
    (also)
  56. även
    [adverb]
    (also)
  57. [adverb]
    (then)
  58. ut
    [adverb]
    (out)
  59. in
    [adverb]
  60. hur
    [adverb]
    (how)
  61. vilja
    [verb]
  62. lite
    [adverb]
    (a little)
  63. upp
    [adverb]
    (up)
  64. mot
    [preposition]
    (against)
  65. över
    [preposition]
    (over)
  66. sedan
    [adverb]
    (then)
  67. dag
    [noun]
    (a day)
  68. bara
    [adverb]
    (only)
  69. vad
    [pronoun]
    (what)
  70. två
    [numeral]
    (two)
  71. än
    [conjunction]
    (than)
  72. sen
    [adverb]
  73. tid
    [noun]
    (time)
  74. vilken
    [pronoun]
    (which)
  75. Sverige
    [proper noun]
    (Sweden)

    Swedish is the language of Sweden, so it is not surprising that this word is the most common proper noun in this Swedish frequency dictionary.

  76. ge
    [verb]
    (to give)
  77. ingen
    [determiner]
    (no)
  78. del
    [noun]
    (part)
  79. hel
    [adjective]
    (whole)
  80. många
    [adjective]
  81. utan
    [preposition]
    (without)
  82. gång
    [noun]
    (walk)

    In Swedish, the word gång can mean “walk,” but it can also refer to an instance or a moment in time. An example is the phrase “första gången” which translates to “the first time.”

  83. ni
    [pronoun]
    (you)

    This word is a plural form of the pronoun “you”. In the past, it was also used to address one person formally. In formal letters and notices, it is still used that way.

  84. enligt
    [preposition]
    (according to)
  85. svensk
    [adjective]
    (Swedish)
  86. liten
    [adjective]
    (little)
  87. person
    [noun]
  88. tidig
    [adverb]
  89. måste
    [verb]
    (to must)
  90. behöva
    [verb]
    (to need)
  91. ju
    [adverb]
  92. barn
    [noun]
    (child)

    In the context of language learning, a word like this is called a “false friend” because it resembles a common English word yet has an entirely different meaning.

  93. olik
    [adjective]
    (different)
  94. börja
    [verb]
    (to start)
  95. flera
    [adjective]
  96. tre
    [numeral]
    (three)
  97. visa
    [verb]
    (to show)
  98. land
    [noun]
    (a country)
  99. hålla
    [verb]
  100. fram
    [adverb]
    (forward)
  101. procent
    [noun]
    (percent)
  102. genom
    [preposition]
    (through)
  103. mellan
    [preposition]
    (between)
  104. bland
    [preposition]
    (among)
  105. skriva
    [verb]
    (to write)
  106. vecka
    [noun]
    (a week)
  107. hög
    [adjective]
    (high)
  108. själv
    [adjective]
  109. inom
    [preposition]
    (within)
  110. både
    [conjunction]
    (both)
  111. stå
    [verb]
    (to stand)
  112. ligga
    [verb]
    (to lie)
  113. kommun
    [noun]
    (municipality)
  114. använda
    [verb]
    (to use)
  115. helt
    [adverb]
    (completely)
  116. fråga
    [noun]
    (question)
  117. plats
    [noun]
    (place)
  118. idag
    [adverb]
    (today)
  119. gälla
    [verb]
  120. innan
    [conjunction]
    (before)
  121. veta
    [verb]
    (to know)
  122. spela
    [verb]
    (to play)
  123. sätt
    [noun]
    (way)
  124. samt
    [conjunction]
    (and)
  125. tro
    [verb]
    (to believe)

    This word is a verb meaning “to believe” and a noun translating to “faith”. Someone can “tro something” (believe something), but someone can also “ha tro” (have faith).

  126. kanske
    [adverb]
    (perhaps)
  127. öka
    [verb]
    (to increase)
  128. egen
    [adjective]
  129. fall
    [noun]
  130. länge
    [adverb]
    (long)
  131. redan
    [adverb]
    (already)
  132. samma
    [determiner]
  133. människa
    [noun]
    (a person)
  134. rätt
    [noun]
  135. bild
    [noun]
    (picture)
  136. gammal
    [adjective]
    (old)
  137. viktig
    [adjective]
    (important)
  138. tycka
    [verb]
  139. mången
    [pronoun]
  140. krona
    [noun]
    (crown)

    This is a frequently-used Swedish word because it refers to the currency used in Sweden.

  141. hitta
    [verb]
    (to find)
  142. dock
    [adverb]
    (though)
  143. hos
    [preposition]
  144. igen
    [adverb]
    (again)
  145. företag
    [noun]
  146. fler
    [adjective]

    This Swedish word means more units of something. The term can only be used when referring to a greater number of items, not more in mass.

  147. tänka
    [verb]
    (to think)
  148. ner
    [adverb]
    (down)
  149. hem
    [adverb]
    (home)
  150. fortsätta
    [verb]
    (to continue)
  151. nära
    [adverb]
  152. väg
    [noun]
    (road)

    Primarily translating to “road”, this Swedish word is also used to express a path in an abstract way. For example, you would say there is “ingen väg ut” (no way out) or ask someone to “bana väg” (make way).

  153. varje
    [determiner]
    (each)
  154. väldig
    [adverb]
  155. just
    [adverb]
    (just)
  156. liv
    [noun]
    (life)
  157. lägga
    [verb]
    (to lay)

    In Swedish, the verb lägga refers to the action of laying down an object or putting yourself or someone else to bed.

  158. svår
    [adjective]
    (difficult)
  159. samtidig
    [adverb]
  160. eftersom
    [conjunction]
    (because)
  161. väl
    [adverb]
    (well)
  162. värld
    [noun]
    (world)
  163. riktig
    [adverb]
  164. fin
    [adjective]
    (fine)
  165. sitta
    [verb]
    (to sit)
  166. handla
    [verb]
    (to act)
  167. böra
    [verb]
  168. tillbaka
    [adverb]
    (back)
  169. god
    [adjective]
    (good)
  170. lång
    [adjective]
    (long)
  171. därför
    [adverb]
    (therefore)
  172. fyra
    [numeral]
    (four)
  173. viss
    [adjective]
    (certain)
  174. alltid
    [adverb]
    (always)
  175. miljon
    [noun]
  176. Stockholm
    [proper noun]
  177. ställa
    [verb]
  178. lämna
    [verb]
    (to leave)
  179. runt
    [adverb]
    (around)
  180. känna
    [verb]
    (to feel)
  181. månad
    [noun]
    (a month)
  182. gärna
    [adverb]
    (gladly)
  183. antal
    [noun]
    (number)
  184. åt
    [preposition]
  185. ofta
    [adverb]
    (often)
  186. snabb
    [adverb]
  187. bil
    [noun]
    (a car)

    The Swedish word "bil" refers to a car or automobile. It is a shortened form of the word "automobil", which is derived from the French word "automobile". That French word is a combination of the Greek prefix "auto" meaning "self" and the Latin term "mobilis" meaning "movable".

  188. arbeta
    [verb]
    (to work)
  189. klar
    [adjective]
    (ready)
  190. match
    [noun]
    (match)
  191. försöka
    [verb]
    (to try)
  192. regering
    [noun]
    (government)
  193. sida
    [noun]
    (side)
  194. trots
    [preposition]
    (despite)
  195. kvinna
    [noun]
    (a woman)
  196. tillsammans
    [adverb]
    (together)
  197. åka
    [verb]
    (to go)
  198. dessutom
    [adverb]
    (in addition)
  199. lag
    [noun]
    (a law)
  200. möjlighet
    [noun]
    (opportunity)
  201. sak
    [noun]
    (thing)
  202. slut
    [noun]
  203. grund
    [noun]
  204. berätta
    [verb]
    (to tell)
  205. skapa
    [verb]
    (to create)
  206. inför
    [preposition]
  207. läsa
    [verb]
    (to read)
  208. nog
    [adverb]
    (enough)
  209. ännu
    [adverb]
    (yet)
  210. bygga
    [verb]
    (to build)
  211. aldrig
    [adverb]
    (never)
  212. vanlig
    [adjective]
    (common)
  213. mål
    [noun]
  214. följa
    [verb]
    (to follow)
  215. arbete
    [noun]
    (work)
  216. bort
    [adverb]
    (away)
  217. sån
    [adjective]
  218. ändå
    [adverb]
    (still)
  219. beslut
    [noun]
    (decision)
  220. enkel
    [adjective]
    (simple)
  221. hemma
    [adverb]
    (at home)
  222. kvar
    [adverb]
  223. köpa
    [verb]
    (to buy)
  224. nästa
    [adjective]
    (next)
  225. välja
    [verb]
    (to choose)
  226. innebära
    [verb]
  227. vänta
    [verb]
    (to wait)
  228. problem
    [noun]
    (problem)
  229. lätt
    [adjective]
    (light)
  230. kort
    [adjective]
    (short)
  231. jobb
    [noun]
    (job)
  232. låta
    [verb]
    (to sound)
  233. hjälpa
    [verb]
    (to help)
  234. först
    [adverb]
    (first)
  235. ur
    [preposition]
    (from)
  236. kalla
    [verb]
    (to call)
  237. verkligen
    [adverb]
    (really)
  238. lika
    [adverb]
  239. förra
    [adjective]
    (last)
  240. verksamhet
    [noun]
  241. stark
    [adjective]
    (strong)
  242. minska
    [verb]
    (to reduce)
  243. nästan
    [adverb]
    (almost)
  244. bolag
    [noun]
    (a company)
  245. kräva
    [verb]
    (to demand)
  246. exempel
    [noun]
    (an example)
  247. område
    [noun]
    (an area)
  248. fortfarande
    [adverb]
    (still)
  249. polis
    [noun]
    (police)
  250. sista
    [adjective]
    (last)
  251. möjlig
    [adjective]
    (possible)
  252. jobba
    [verb]
    (to work)
  253. stad
    [noun]
    (a city)
  254. fem
    [numeral]
    (five)
  255. varför
    [adverb]
    (why)
  256. ske
    [verb]
    (to happen)
  257. sätta
    [verb]
    (to put, to set)
  258. familj
    [noun]
    (family)
  259. höra
    [verb]
    (to hear)
  260. köra
    [verb]
    (to drive)
  261. ytterlig
    [adverb]
  262. hjälp
    [noun]
    (help)
  263. minut
    [noun]
    (minute)
  264. slå
    [verb]
  265. total
    [adverb]
  266. erbjuda
    [verb]
    (to offer)

    The Swedish verb "erbjuda" means "to offer" in English. It is a common word used in everyday language and often used in formal and informal situations. Interestingly, the Swedish language has many loanwords from German, and "erbjuda" is one of them. Specifically, it comes from the German word "erbieten", which also means "to offer".

  267. leda
    [verb]
  268. lokal
    [adjective]
    (local)
  269. ställe
    [noun]
    (a place)
  270. resa
    [noun]
    (a travel)
  271. dom
    [pronoun]
  272. pengar
    [noun]
    (money)
  273. dra
    [verb]
  274. vidare
    [adverb]
    (further)
  275. folk
    [noun]
    (a people)
  276. kväll
    [noun]
  277. ung
    [adjective]
    (young)
  278. säsong
    [noun]
    (a season)
  279. bok
    [noun]
  280. utanför
    [preposition]
    (outside)
  281. timme
    [noun]
  282. alltså
    [adverb]
    (thus)
  283. fast
    [adverb]
    (fixed)
  284. henne
    [pronoun]
    (her)
  285. hus
    [noun]
    (a house)
  286. hända
    [verb]
    (to happen)
  287. hoppas
    [verb]
    (to hope)
  288. par
    [noun]
    (a couple)
  289. precis
    [adverb]
    (precisely)
  290. söka
    [verb]
  291. resultat
    [noun]
  292. hård
    [adverb]
  293. låg
    [adjective]
    (low)
  294. direkt
    [adverb]
    (directly)
  295. säker
    [adjective]
    (safe)
  296. hand
    [noun]
  297. dålig
    [adjective]
    (bad)

    This adjective describes something that is of low quality. It can be translated as “bad”, but unlike the English meaning, it only refers to the quality and isn’t used to describe something undesirable or evil.

  298. lära
    [verb]
    (to teach)
  299. kring
    [preposition]
    (around)
  300. pris
    [noun]
    (price)
  301. betala
    [verb]
    (to pay)
  302. sommar
    [noun]
    (a summer)
  303. början
    [noun]
    (beginning)
  304. fungera
    [verb]
    (to function, to work)

    The Swedish verb "fungera" means "to function" or "to work" in English. It is an essential word for everyday communication in Swedish. Interestingly, "fungera" comes from the German word "fungieren", which also means "to function". When using the term "fungera" in Swedish, it is important to understand its different usages and meanings. For example, you might use "fungera" in the context of technology or machinery, such as in the phrase "Datorn fungerar inte" (The computer isn't working), or in the context of social situations, such as in the phrase "Det fungerar inte mellan oss" (It's not working between us).

  305. information
    [noun]
    (information)
  306. uppgift
    [noun]
    (a task)
  307. mitt
    [noun]
  308. via
    [preposition]
    (via)
  309. före
    [preposition]
    (before)
  310. flytta
    [verb]
    (to move)
  311. snart
    [adverb]
    (soon)
  312. personal
    [noun]
    (staff)
  313. form
    [noun]
    (a form)
  314. mena
    [verb]
    (to mean)
  315. verka
    [verb]
    (to act)
  316. öppna
    [verb]
    (to open)
  317. film
    [noun]
    (film)
  318. elev
    [noun]
    (pupil)
  319. samhälle
    [noun]
    (a society)
  320. känna
    [verb]
    (to feel)
  321. medan
    [conjunction]
    (while)
  322. kund
    [noun]
    (customer)

    "Kund" is a Swedish noun frequently used in business and commerce, as it translates to "customer" in English. The word has its roots in the German language and is spelled the same way in both Swedish and German. This etymological connection highlights the historical and cultural ties between Sweden and Germany, and the influence of the German language on Swedish vocabulary.

  323. per
    [preposition]
  324. risk
    [noun]
    (risk)
  325. leva
    [verb]
    (to live)
  326. emot
    [adverb]
  327. ganska
    [adverb]
    (quite)
  328. långt
    [adverb]
    (far)
  329. faktisk
    [adverb]
  330. helg
    [noun]
    (a weekend)
  331. skada
    [noun]
    (damage)
  332. passa
    [verb]
    (to fit)
  333. plan
    [noun]
  334. smitta
    [verb]
  335. svar
    [noun]
    (response)
  336. anse
    [verb]
  337. påverka
    [verb]
    (to influence)
  338. istället
    [adverb]
    (instead)
  339. vatten
    [noun]
    (water)
  340. allt
    [adverb]
  341. ute
    [adverb]
  342. bakom
    [preposition]
    (behind)
  343. båda
    [adjective]
  344. grupp
    [noun]
    (group)
  345. prata
    [verb]
    (to talk)
  346. ibland
    [adverb]
    (sometimes)
  347. extra
    [adjective]
    (extra)
  348. situation
    [noun]
    (a situation)
  349. mat
    [noun]
    (food)
  350. tydlig
    [adjective]
    (clear)
  351. sluta
    [verb]
    (to stop)
  352. typ
    [noun]
    (type)
  353. hund
    [noun]
    (a dog)
  354. full
    [adjective]
    (full)
  355. ja
    [interjection]
  356. förslag
    [noun]
    (a proposal)
  357. utveckling
    [noun]
    (development)
  358. ekonomisk
    [adjective]
    (economic)
  359. region
    [noun]
    (region)
  360. ihop
    [adverb]
    (together)
  361. klara
    [verb]

    The word klara in Swedish has a triple meaning. As a verb, it can mean “to manage”, and as an adjective, it can mean either “clear” or “completed”.

  362. namn
    [noun]
    (name)
  363. starta
    [verb]
    (to start)
  364. Malmö
    [proper noun]

    Malmö is the name of a major Swedish city.

  365. skicka
    [verb]
    (to send)
  366. förstå
    [verb]
    (to understand)
  367. bo
    [verb]
  368. [verb]
    (to reach)
  369. rolig
    [adjective]
    (funny)
  370. utveckla
    [verb]
    (to develop)
  371. titta
    [verb]
    (to look)
  372. endast
    [adverb]
    (only)
  373. behov
    [noun]
  374. stöd
    [noun]
    (support)
  375. framför
    [preposition]
  376. tio
    [numeral]
    (ten)
  377. drabba
    [verb]

    This Swedish verb essentially means “to affect” in a negative way. It is never used when referring to a positive effect.

  378. fel
    [adjective]
    (wrong)
  379. heller
    [adverb]
  380. myndighet
    [noun]
    (authority)
  381. miljard
    [noun]
  382. sjukhus
    [noun]
    (hospital)
  383. sex
    [numeral]
    (six)
  384. positiv
    [adjective]
    (positive)
  385. mamma
    [noun]
  386. Göteborg
    [proper noun]

    Göteborg is the name of a major Swedish city.

  387. natt
    [noun]
    (a night)
  388. tala
    [verb]
    (to speak)
  389. söndag
    [noun]
  390. social
    [adjective]
    (social)
  391. träffa
    [verb]
    (to meet)
  392. enda
    [adjective]
  393. öppen
    [adjective]
    (open)
  394. höst
    [noun]
    (autumn)
  395. död
    [noun]
    (death)
  396. mars
    [noun]
    (March)
  397. klocka
    [noun]
    (clock)
  398. dryg
    [adverb]
  399. meddela
    [verb]
  400. sakna
    [verb]
    (to miss)
  401. var
    [adverb]
    (where)
  402. framtid
    [noun]
    (future)
  403. klubb
    [noun]
    (club)
  404. genomföra
    [verb]
  405. planera
    [verb]
    (to plan)
  406. äta
    [verb]
    (to eat)
  407. ca
    [adverb]

    An abbreviation for the Swedish word “cirka”, which means “about” or “approximately”. It is used for rounding up or down numbers.

  408. växa
    [verb]
    (to grow)
  409. jämföra
    [adjective]
  410. bruka
    [verb]
  411. varandra
    [pronoun]
    (each other)
  412. egentligen
    [adverb]
    (actually)
  413. samla
    [verb]
    (to collect)
  414. fredag
    [noun]
  415. tur
    [noun]
  416. politisk
    [adjective]
    (political)
  417. spelare
    [noun]
    (player)
  418. tack
    [noun]
  419. val
    [noun]
  420. läge
    [noun]
  421. produkt
    [noun]
    (product)
  422. president
    [noun]
    (a president)
  423. räkna
    [verb]
    (to count)
  424. därmed
    [adverb]
    (thus)
  425. ord
    [noun]
  426. möta
    [verb]
    (to meet)
  427. röra
    [verb]
    (to move)
  428. cirka
    [adverb]
    (about)
  429. lördag
    [noun]
  430. vem
    [pronoun]
    (who)
  431. spel
    [noun]
    (a game)
  432. dela
    [verb]
    (to share)
  433. stänga
    [verb]
    (to close)
  434. rum
    [noun]
    (room)
  435. testa
    [verb]
  436. torsdag
    [noun]
    (Thursday)
  437. fylla
    [verb]
    (to fill)
  438. vinna
    [verb]
    (to win)
  439. politik
    [noun]
    (politics)
  440. vacker
    [adjective]
    (beautiful)
  441. ansvar
    [noun]
    (responsibility)
  442. tag
    [noun]
  443. måndag
    [noun]
  444. krav
    [noun]
    (a requirement)
  445. vård
    [noun]
    (care)
  446. anledning
    [noun]
    (reason)
  447. särskilt
    [adverb]
    (particularly)
  448. tvinga
    [verb]
    (to force)
  449. stanna
    [verb]
    (to stay)
  450. speciell
    [adverb]
  451. samband
    [noun]
    (connection)
  452. igenom
    [preposition]
    (through)
  453. kontakt
    [noun]
    (a contact)
  454. tisdag
    [noun]
  455. massa
    [noun]
    (a mass)
  456. åtgärd
    [noun]
    (an action)
  457. dags
    [noun]
  458. lycka
    [verb]
  459. rapportera
    [verb]
    (to report)
  460. möte
    [noun]
    (meeting)
  461. hamna
    [verb]
    (to end up)
  462. ens
    [adverb]
    (even)
  463. maj
    [noun]
    (May)
  464. musik
    [noun]
    (music)
  465. glad
    [adjective]
    (happy)
  466. medlem
    [noun]
    (a member)
  467. steg
    [noun]
    (a step)
  468. svara
    [verb]
    (to reply)
  469. bidra
    [verb]
    (to contribute)
  470. roll
    [noun]
    (role)
  471. färg
    [noun]
    (color)
  472. april
    [noun]
    (April)
  473. onsdag
    [noun]
  474. amerikansk
    [adjective]
    (American)
  475. ned
    [adverb]
    (down)
  476. ingå
    [verb]
  477. juni
    [noun]
    (June)
  478. chans
    [noun]
    (chance)
  479. tävling
    [noun]
    (a competition)
  480. period
    [noun]
    (a period)
  481. häst
    [noun]
    (a horse)
  482. gilla
    [verb]
    (to like)
  483. fantastisk
    [adjective]
    (fantastic)
  484. internationell
    [adjective]
    (international)
  485. patient
    [noun]
    (a patient)
  486. konstatera
    [verb]
    (to ascertain)
  487. Europa
    [proper noun]
    (Europe)
  488. ljus
    [noun]
    (light)
  489. främst
    [adverb]
  490. känsla
    [noun]
    (feeling)
  491. presentera
    [verb]
    (to present)
  492. meter
    [noun]
  493. förälder
    [noun]
    (a parent)
  494. fri
    [adjective]
    (free)
  495. ifrån
    [preposition]
    (from)
  496. vit
    [adjective]
  497. slag
    [noun]
  498. byta
    [verb]
  499. driva
    [verb]
  500. januari
    [noun]
    (January)
  501. marknad
    [noun]
    (market)
  502. förening
    [noun]
    (association)
  503. kraftig
    [adverb]
  504. sälja
    [verb]
    (to sell)
  505. lägenhet
    [noun]
    (apartment)
  506. tyvärr
    [adverb]
    (unfortunately)
  507. igår
    [adverb]
    (yesterday)
  508. kul
    [adjective]
    (fun)
  509. utbildning
    [noun]
    (education)
  510. däremot
    [adverb]
    (however)
  511. Anders
    [proper noun]
  512. kris
    [noun]
    (crisis)
  513. hotell
    [noun]
    (hotel)
  514. Kina
    [proper noun]
    (China)
  515. poäng
    [noun]
    (a point)
  516. misstänkt
    [adjective]
  517. uppge
    [verb]
    (to state)
  518. anställd
    [noun]
    (employee)
  519. stat
    [noun]
    (a state)
  520. annars
    [adverb]
    (otherwise)
  521. restaurang
    [noun]
    (a restaurant)
  522. lösning
    [noun]
    (solution)

    This word is related to the verb “lösa” meaning “to solve”.

  523. morgon
    [noun]
    (a morning)
  524. butik
    [noun]
  525. ändra
    [verb]
    (to change)
  526. september
    [noun]
    (September)
  527. tillfälle
    [noun]
    (opportunity)

    While the word tillfälle refers to a moment, it often represents an opportune moment, and in some contexts, it may even mean “chance” or “opportunity.” However, the word is always literally referring to a point in time.

  528. omkring
    [adverb]
  529. digital
    [adjective]
    (digital)
  530. pappa
    [noun]
    (dad)
  531. boende
    [noun]
    (residence)
  532. delta
    [verb]
    (to participate)
  533. Johan
    [proper noun]
  534. igång
    [adverb]
  535. släppa
    [verb]
    (to release)
  536. kropp
    [noun]
    (body)
  537. liksom
    [preposition]
  538. skillnad
    [noun]
    (difference)
  539. intresse
    [noun]
    (interest)
  540. kyrka
    [noun]
    (a church)
  541. effekt
    [noun]
    (effect)
  542. blogg
    [noun]
    (blog)

    This Swedish word is a borrowing of the English term “blog”. The double consonant is because Swedish spelling uses them to indicate that the preceding vowel is short.

  543. besked
    [noun]
    (information)
  544. tills
    [conjunction]
    (until)
  545. exempelvis
    [adverb]
    (for example)
  546. hemsida
    [noun]
  547. samarbete
    [noun]
    (cooperation)
  548. pågå
    [verb]
  549. träna
    [verb]
  550. därefter
    [adverb]
  551. vår
    [noun]
    (spring)
  552. rad
    [noun]
  553. stoppa
    [verb]
    (to stop)
  554. ren
    [adjective]
    (clean)
  555. besök
    [noun]
    (a visit)
  556. kunskap
    [noun]
    (knowledge)
  557. perfekt
    [adjective]
    (perfect)
  558. avsluta
    [verb]
    (to cancel, to terminate)

    The Swedish verb "avsluta" primarily means "to cancel" or "to terminate" something rather than to "complete" it. This distinction is important in most contexts, as "avsluta" typically implies ending something prematurely or unexpectedly. For example, if you "avsluta träningen" (terminate the training), you are not completing it, but rather stopping it before the scheduled end time.

  559. övrig
    [adjective]
    (other)
  560. brott
    [noun]
  561. Andersson
    [proper noun]
  562. dit
    [adverb]
    (there)
  563. heta
    [verb]
  564. miljö
    [noun]
    (environment)

    This is a word the Swedish language borrowed from French. The original French term is “milieu”.

  565. oktober
    [noun]
    (October)
  566. trevlig
    [adjective]
    (nice)
  567. november
    [noun]
    (November)
  568. känd
    [adjective]
    (known)
  569. betyda
    [verb]
    (to mean)
  570. augusti
    [noun]
    (August)
  571. rapport
    [noun]
    (a report)
  572. tidning
    [noun]
    (a newspaper)
  573. alls
    [adverb]
    (at all)
  574. december
    [noun]
    (December)
  575. kolla
    [verb]
    (to check)
  576. pandemin
    [noun]
  577. beskriva
    [verb]
    (to describe)
  578. nej
    [interjection]
  579. uppdrag
    [noun]
  580. gemensam
    [adjective]
    (common)
  581. ordförande
    [noun]
  582. inne
    [adverb]
    (in)
  583. älska
    [verb]
    (to love)

    For related words, see this article on Swedish love and dating phrases.

  584. lösa
    [verb]
    (to solve)
  585. o
    [adverb]
  586. normal
    [adjective]
    (normal)
  587. tjänst
    [noun]
    (a service)
  588. hantera
    [verb]
    (to manage)
  589. sjuk
    [adjective]
    (sick)
  590. uppleva
    [verb]
    (to experience)

    The word uppleva is a combination of the Swedish adverb upp which means “up”, and the verb leva which means “to live”.

  591. alternativ
    [noun]
    (alternative)
  592. intressant
    [adjective]
    (interesting)
  593. kostnad
    [noun]
    (cost)
  594. ungefär
    [adverb]
    (approximately)

    The Swedish word "ungefär" is an adverb that is commonly used to express an approximation or estimation of an amount or duration. This word has its roots in the German language, where it is spelled "ungefähr" and means the same thing.

  595. bestå
    [verb]
    (to consist)
  596. förutsättning
    [noun]
  597. nivå
    [noun]
    (level)

    This Swedish word, despite its Scandinavian spelling, comes from the French word “niveau”.

  598. bank
    [noun]
    (a bank)
  599. varm
    [adjective]
    (warm)

    This Swedish vocabulary word is almost identical to the corresponding English term. The difference in spelling is representative of a more general pattern: the letter ‘w’ is rarely used in Swedish.

  600. råd
    [noun]
  601. allvarlig
    [adjective]
    (serious)
  602. härlig
    [adjective]
    (lovely)
  603. innehålla
    [verb]
    (to contain)
  604. hittills
    [adverb]
    (so far)
  605. besöka
    [verb]
    (to visit)
  606. äga
    [verb]
    (to own)
  607. regel
    [noun]
    (rule)
  608. stund
    [noun]
    (while)
  609. förlora
    [verb]
    (to lose)
  610. tillgång
    [noun]
  611. besluta
    [verb]
    (to decide)
  612. start
    [noun]
    (a start)
  613. ond
    [adjective]
    (evil)
  614. text
    [noun]
    (text)
  615. hinna
    [verb]
  616. föra
    [verb]
  617. håll
    [noun]
  618. erfarenhet
    [noun]
    (experience)
  619. februari
    [noun]
    (February)
  620. system
    [noun]
    (a system)
  621. spår
    [noun]
  622. strax
    [adverb]
  623. bekräfta
    [verb]
    (to confirm)

    The Swedish word "bekräfta" is a verb that means "to confirm" in English. It is commonly used in various contexts, such as business, research, and personal communication. The word "bekräfta" originates from the German language, where it is spelled "bekräften."

  624. ringa
    [verb]
  625. bestämma
    [verb]
    (to determine)
  626. hälsa
    [noun]
    (health)
  627. mm
    [noun]
  628. förutom
    [preposition]
    (except)
  629. sjukdom
    [noun]
    (disease)
  630. sju
    [numeral]
    (seven)
  631. såväl
    [conjunction]
  632. insats
    [noun]
    (a stake)
  633. utredning
    [noun]
    (an investigation)
  634. träning
    [noun]
    (exercise)
  635. tanke
    [noun]
    (thought)
  636. organisation
    [noun]
    (an organization)
  637. skydda
    [verb]
    (to protect)
  638. kommande
    [adjective]
    (coming)
  639. mängd
    [noun]
    (an amount)
  640. e
    [adjective]
  641. stiga
    [verb]
    (to rise)
  642. publik
    [noun]
    (an audience)
  643. rak
    [adjective]
    (straight)
  644. material
    [noun]
    (a material)
  645. förklara
    [verb]
    (to explain)
  646. parti
    [noun]
  647. bero
    [verb]
    (to depend)
  648. halv
    [adjective]
    (half)
  649. skog
    [noun]
    (forest)
  650. central
    [adjective]
    (central)
  651. projekt
    [noun]
    (project)
  652. siffra
    [noun]
    (a figure)
  653. gräns
    [noun]

    The Swedish word "gräns" is a noun that refers to a border or a boundary. It can be used in various contexts, such as geographical borders between countries or regions, as well as more abstract boundaries between concepts or ideas. Etymologically, the term "gräns" has its roots in the German language, where it is spelled "Grenze".

  654. modell
    [noun]
    (a model)
  655. kosta
    [verb]
    (to cost)
  656. be
    [verb]
    (to pray)
  657. ej
    [particle]

    This word may translate to “not”, but this isn’t the common word to use in casual speech. Instead, it is often seen on warning signs, labels, and more formal documents.

  658. län
    [noun]
    (a county)
  659. inlägg
    [noun]
  660. djup
    [adjective]
  661. fokus
    [noun]
    (a focus)
  662. djur
    [noun]
    (animal)
  663. önska
    [verb]
    (to wish)
  664. ena
    [adjective]
  665. kurs
    [noun]
    (course)
  666. kritik
    [noun]
    (criticism)
  667. privat
    [adjective]
    (private)
  668. bostad
    [noun]
  669. Skåne
    [proper noun]

    This is the name of the most southern county of Sweden.

  670. Peter
    [proper noun]
  671. mycken
    [adjective]
    (much)
  672. a
    [adverb]
  673. klass
    [noun]
    (class)
  674. juli
    [noun]
  675. ledning
    [noun]
  676. nöjd
    [adjective]
  677. vända
    [verb]
    (to turn)
  678. förändring
    [noun]
    (change)
  679. riskera
    [verb]
    (to risk)
  680. aktiv
    [adjective]
    (active)
  681. höja
    [verb]
    (to raise)
  682. personlig
    [adjective]
    (personal)
  683. liknande
    [adjective]
    (similar)
  684. förbättra
    [verb]
    (to improve)
  685. underbar
    [adjective]
    (wonderful)
  686. förändra
    [verb]
  687. åtta
    [numeral]
    (eight)
  688. självklar
    [adjective]
  689. rest
    [noun]
    (rest)
  690. bred
    [adjective]
    (wide)
  691. chef
    [noun]
    (manager)
  692. räcka
    [verb]
  693. otrolig
    [adverb]
  694. hämta
    [verb]
  695. utföra
    [verb]
    (to perform)
  696. oavsett
    [adverb]
  697. fatta
    [verb]
    (to take)
  698. döma
    [verb]
    (to judge)
  699. borta
    [adverb]
    (away)
  700. avtal
    [noun]
    (agreement)
  701. grov
    [adjective]
  702. mark
    [noun]
    (ground)
  703. betydlig
    [adverb]
  704. ålder
    [noun]
    (age)
  705. kr
    [noun]

    This is an abbreviation for “kronor”, directly translating to “crowns” but most commonly referring to the Swedish currency, SEK.

  706. kontakta
    [verb]
    (to contact)
  707. införa
    [verb]
    (to introduce)
  708. kvartal
    [noun]
    (a quarter)

    In Swedish, the noun "kvartal" refers to a period of three months or a quarter of a year, typically used in the context of financial reporting or planning. The origin of this word can be traced back to the German language, where "Quartal" means the same thing.

  709. kraft
    [noun]
    (a force)
  710. spännande
    [adjective]
    (exciting)
  711. huvud
    [noun]
    (head)
  712. sol
    [noun]
    (sun)
  713. röst
    [noun]
    (voice)
  714. Anna
    [proper noun]
  715. [verb]
    (to may)
  716. aktivitet
    [noun]
    (an activity)
  717. leverera
    [verb]
    (to deliver)
  718. fort
    [adverb]
    (fast)
  719. tillräcklig
    [adverb]
  720. undvika
    [verb]
    (to avoid)
  721. aktuell
    [adjective]
  722. tappa
    [verb]
    (to lose)

    This is a Swedish verb with two possible meanings depending on the context. It can mean “to drop,” but it can also mean “to lose.” In the latter case, the noun referred to is usually not physical.

  723. finna
    [verb]
    (to find)
  724. koppla
    [verb]
    (to connect)
  725. sova
    [verb]
    (to sleep)
  726. nämligen
    [adverb]
    (namely)
  727. sprida
    [verb]
    (to spread)
  728. lärare
    [noun]
    (a teacher)
  729. offentlig
    [adjective]
    (public)

    This Swedish word comes from the German word “öffentlich”. German and Swedish are languages which share a number of similarities.

  730. samtal
    [noun]
    (a call)
  731. Johansson
    [proper noun]
  732. syfte
    [noun]
    (purpose)
  733. eventuell
    [adjective]
    (possible)
  734. beroende
    [adjective]
    (dependent)

    The Swedish word "beroende" is an adjective that can be translated to "dependent" in English. It is derived from the verb "bero" which means "to depend" in Swedish. As an adjective, "beroende" refers to something or someone that relies on something else. For instance, the sentence "Han är beroende av kaffe för att vakna på morgonen" translates to "He is dependent on coffee to wake up in the morning."

  735. tuff
    [adjective]
    (tough)
  736. lyssna
    [verb]
    (to listen)
  737. nationell
    [adjective]
    (national)
  738. allmän
    [adjective]
    (general)
  739. vän
    [noun]
    (a friend)
  740. fira
    [verb]
    (to celebrate)
  741. brist
    [noun]
    (lack)
  742. utifrån
    [preposition]
  743. alldeles
    [adverb]
  744. absolut
    [adverb]
    (absolutely)
  745. enskild
    [adjective]
    (individual)
  746. Stefan
    [proper noun]
  747. teknik
    [noun]
    (a technique)
  748. bjuda
    [verb]
    (to invite)
  749. gott
    [adverb]
    (good)
  750. kontroll
    [noun]
    (control)
  751. kommentar
    [noun]
    (comment)
  752. respektive
    [adverb]
    (respectively)
  753. knappt
    [adverb]
    (hardly)
  754. rädda
    [verb]
    (to save)
  755. affär
    [noun]
  756. allra
    [adverb]
  757. snygg
    [adjective]
    (handsome)
  758. född
    [adjective]
    (born)
  759. grön
    [adjective]
  760. ungdom
    [noun]
    (youth)
  761. negativ
    [adjective]
    (negative)
  762. tips
    [noun]
    (a tip)
  763. framåt
    [adverb]
    (forward)
  764. Norge
    [proper noun]
    (Norway)
  765. son
    [noun]
    (son)
  766. relation
    [noun]
  767. buss
    [noun]
    (a bus)
  768. försök
    [noun]
    (attempt)
  769. rikta
    [verb]
    (to direct)
  770. storlek
    [noun]
    (size)
  771. iväg
    [adverb]
    (away)
  772. global
    [adjective]
    (global)
  773. svart
    [adjective]
    (black)
  774. försäljning
    [noun]
    (a sale)
  775. utställning
    [noun]
    (exhibition)
  776. skäl
    [noun]
  777. hänga
    [verb]
    (to be suspended)
  778. ensam
    [adjective]
    (alone)
  779. lugn
    [adjective]
  780. inleda
    [verb]
  781. förskola
    [noun]
  782. natur
    [noun]
    (nature)
  783. avstånd
    [noun]
    (a distance)
  784. hoppa
    [verb]
    (to jump)
  785. Danmark
    [proper noun]
    (Denmark)

    Denmark is a neighboring country to Sweden and their languages are very similar. See this comparison of Swedish and Danish.

  786. särskild
    [adjective]
    (special)
  787. satsa
    [verb]
    (to invest)
  788. Tyskland
    [proper noun]
    (Germany)

    This word comes from the Swedish adjective “tysk” which means “German” combined with the word “land” which means “country”.

  789. skön
    [adjective]
    (beautiful)

    The Swedish adjective "skön" is used to describe something that is pleasing to the senses or attractive. It can be used to describe a person's appearance, a piece of art, a natural landscape, etc. Interestingly, the word "skön" has the same origin as the German word "schön" which also means "beautiful". It is worth noting that while the two terms are similar, they are not identical in meaning. For instance, "skön" can also be used to describe something that is comfortable or pleasant to touch, while "schön" does not have that connotation in German.

  790. effektiv
    [adjective]
    (efficient)
  791. värd
    [adjective]
  792. vuxen
    [adjective]
    (adult)

    The Swedish adjective "vuxen" means "adult" in English. This word is closely related to the Swedish verb "växa", which means "to grow". The connection between the two words can be understood by considering the process of growing up and maturing into an adult. In Swedish, "vuxen" is also used as a noun to refer to an adult person, regardless of gender. For example, "en vuxen man" means "an adult man" and "en vuxen kvinna" means "an adult woman". It is worth noting that the Swedish language does not have a separate word for "grown-up" as English does, and instead uses "vuxen" to convey this meaning.

  793. märka
    [verb]
  794. fysisk
    [adjective]
    (physical)
  795. följd
    [noun]
    (sequence)
  796. konsekvens
    [noun]
    (a consequence)
  797. läkare
    [noun]
    (a doctor)
  798. Spanien
    [proper noun]
  799. historia
    [noun]
    (history)
  800. imorgon
    [noun]
  801. dels
    [conjunction]
    (partly)
  802. ledare
    [noun]
    (a leader)
  803. oro
    [noun]
  804. styra
    [verb]
  805. pressmeddelande
    [noun]
    (a press release)
  806. publicera
    [verb]
    (to publish)
  807. vänster
    [noun]
  808. universitet
    [noun]
    (university)
  809. sjukvård
    [noun]
  810. dator
    [noun]
    (computer)
  811. seger
    [noun]
    (victory)
  812. dygn
    [noun]
    (day)
  813. diskutera
    [verb]
    (to discuss)
  814. uppmana
    [verb]
  815. sköta
    [verb]
  816. missa
    [verb]
    (to miss)
  817. förstås
    [adverb]
    (of course)
  818. inträffa
    [verb]
    (to occur)
  819. undra
    [verb]
    (to wonder)
  820. kvalitet
    [noun]
    (quality)
  821. nio
    [numeral]
    (nine)
  822. topp
    [noun]
    (top)
  823. tung
    [adjective]
    (heavy)
  824. undersökning
    [noun]
    (an investigation)
  825. band
    [noun]
    (band)
  826. nödvändig
    [adjective]
    (necessary)

    The Swedish adjective "nödvändig" (meaning "necessary") is derived from the German word "notwendig," which has the same meaning. This word is used to describe something that is required for a particular purpose. For instance, "en nödvändig förutsättning för att lära sig ett språk är regelbunden övning" translates to "a necessary condition for learning a language is regular practice" In Swedish, "nödvändig" is a common term that is often used in both formal and informal contexts.

  827. värde
    [noun]
    (value)
  828. vare
    [conjunction]
  829. agera
    [verb]
    (to act)
  830. bit
    [noun]
    (bit)
  831. unik
    [adjective]
    (unique)
  832. våga
    [verb]
    (to dare)
  833. placera
    [verb]
    (to place)
  834. Gud
    [proper noun]
    (God)
  835. upptäcka
    [verb]
    (to discover)
  836. dörr
    [noun]
    (door)
  837. behandling
    [noun]
    (treatment)
  838. Lund
    [proper noun]

    Lund is a city located in the southern province of Skåne in Sweden. With a history dating back to the Viking Age, Lund is one of the oldest cities in Sweden. It is home to one of the country's oldest and most renowned universities, Lund University, which was founded in 1666.

  839. ägare
    [noun]
    (owner)
  840. byggnad
    [noun]
    (a building)
  841. kör
    [verb]
  842. vinst
    [noun]
    (a profit)
  843. hjärta
    [noun]
    (heart)
  844. hållbar
    [adjective]
    (durable)
  845. senast
    [adverb]
  846. sänka
    [verb]
    (to lower)
  847. enbart
    [adverb]
    (only)
  848. Uppsala
    [proper noun]

    Uppsala is the name of a Swedish city located near Stockholm and famous for its university.

  849. kläder
    [noun]
    (clothes)
  850. någonsin
    [adverb]
    (ever)
  851. lyfta
    [verb]
    (to lift)
  852. bryta
    [verb]
    (to break)
  853. Nilsson
    [proper noun]
  854. populär
    [adjective]
    (popular)
  855. teknisk
    [adjective]
    (technical)
  856. naturlig
    [adjective]
    (natural)
  857. fastighet
    [noun]
    (a property)
  858. billig
    [adjective]
    (cheap)

    The Swedish word "billig" is an adjective used to describe something that is affordable or inexpensive. The word's antonym is "dyr," which means "expensive."

  859. numera
    [adverb]
    (nowadays)
  860. befinna
    [verb]
  861. sträcka
    [noun]
    (a distance)
  862. uppstå
    [verb]
    (to arise)
  863. bedöma
    [verb]
    (to judge)

    The Swedish verb bedöma means "to assess" or "to judge." It is often used in academic or professional settings to evaluate the quality or effectiveness of something. The word has its roots in the German language, where it is spelled "beurteilen."

  864. artikel
    [noun]
    (an article)
  865. utgöra
    [verb]
    (to constitute)
  866. omfattande
    [adjective]
    (comprehensive)

    The Swedish word "omfattande" is an adjective commonly used to describe something that is comprehensive or extensive in scope. The term is formed from the verb "omfatta," which means "to include." Therefore, when used as an adjective, "omfattande" implies that something includes a wide range of things. For example, "en omfattande undersökning" means "a comprehensive survey" and "omfattande lagstiftning" means "extensive legislation.

  867. kärlek
    [noun]
    (love)
  868. vardag
    [noun]
  869. falla
    [verb]
    (to fall)
  870. ämne
    [noun]
    (subject)
  871. kök
    [noun]
    (kitchen)
  872. klassisk
    [adjective]
    (classical)
  873. Finland
    [proper noun]
    (Finland)

    Finland is a neighboring country to Sweden, but their languages are very different. See this comparison of Swedish and Finnish.

  874. tal
    [noun]
  875. södra
    [adjective]
    (southern)
  876. förhållande
    [noun]
    (relationship)
  877. Erik
    [proper noun]
  878. funktion
    [noun]
    (function)
  879. nyligen
    [adverb]
    (recently)
  880. peka
    [verb]
    (to point)
  881. hav
    [noun]
    (a sea)
  882. båt
    [noun]
    (a boat)
  883. spara
    [verb]
    (to save)
  884. föreslå
    [verb]
    (to propose)
  885. rekommendation
    [noun]
    (a recommendation)
  886. vinter
    [noun]
    (winter)
  887. bransch
    [noun]
    (an industry)
  888. behandla
    [verb]
    (to treat)
  889. mord
    [noun]
    (murder)
  890. köp
    [noun]
  891. fundera
    [verb]
  892. tjej
    [noun]
    (girl)
  893. studie
    [noun]
    (a study)
  894. dyr
    [adjective]
    (expensive)
  895. nät
    [noun]
  896. gäst
    [noun]
    (a guest)
  897. reda
    [adverb]
  898. anpassa
    [verb]
    (to adapt)
  899. Frankrike
    [proper noun]
    (France)
  900. ekonomi
    [noun]
    (economy)
  901. enorm
    [adjective]
  902. forskning
    [noun]
    (research)
  903. bakgrund
    [noun]
    (background)
  904. idé
    [noun]
    (idea)
  905. fart
    [noun]
    (speed)
  906. fotboll
    [noun]
    (football)
  907. tillhöra
    [verb]
  908. utmaning
    [noun]
    (a challenge)
  909. säkerhet
    [noun]
    (security)
  910. vikt
    [noun]
    (weight)
  911. student
    [noun]
    (a student)
  912. avgöra
    [verb]
    (to determine)
  913. promenad
    [noun]
    (a walk)

    When Swedes use the word "promenad", they are referring to taking a walk, typically for enjoyment or physical activity. This word is borrowed from the French language, where it is spelled "promenade" and has the same meaning.

  914. nedan
    [adverb]
    (below)
  915. energi
    [noun]
    (energy)
  916. debatt
    [noun]
    (a debate)

    This Swedish word comes from the French word “débat”.

  917. tysk
    [adjective]
    (German)
  918. jul
    [noun]
    (Christmas)
  919. deltagare
    [noun]
    (participant)
  920. centrum
    [noun]
    (centre)
  921. statlig
    [adjective]
  922. bilda
    [verb]
    (to form)
  923. modern
    [adjective]
    (modern)
  924. hit
    [adverb]
    (here)
  925. Maria
    [proper noun]
    (Mary)
  926. nyhet
    [noun]
    (news)
  927. bana
    [noun]
    (path)
  928. röd
    [adjective]
    (red)
  929. jord
    [noun]
    (soil)
  930. tävla
    [verb]
    (to compete)
  931. å
    [preposition]
  932. rekommendera
    [verb]
    (to recommend)
  933. katt
    [noun]
    (cat)
  934. trafik
    [noun]
    (traffic)
  935. lopp
    [noun]
  936. resurs
    [noun]
    (a resource)
  937. design
    [noun]
    (a design)
  938. ange
    [verb]
    (to indicate)

    The Swedish verb ange is a shortened form of the German verb angeben from which it is derived.

  939. flicka
    [noun]
    (a girl)
  940. fixa
    [verb]
    (to fix)
  941. dotter
    [noun]
    (daughter)
  942. verklighet
    [noun]
    (reality)
  943. naturligtvis
    [adverb]
    (of course)
  944. ingenting
    [pronoun]
    (nothing)
  945. avgörande
    [adjective]
    (decisive)

    The Swedish adjective "avgörande" is often used to describe something that significantly influences the outcome of a situation or decision. It comes from the verb "avgöra," which means "to determine" or "to decide." When something is described as "avgörande," it suggests that it played a critical or decisive role in the final result. For example, "Hans närvaro var avgörande för att vinna matchen" translates to "His presence was decisive in winning the match."

  946. produktion
    [noun]
    (production)
  947. kallad
    [adjective]
    (called)
  948. makt
    [noun]
    (power)
  949. minnas
    [verb]
    (to remember)
  950. hot
    [noun]
    (a threat)
  951. process
    [noun]
    (process)
  952. nämna
    [verb]
    (to mention)
  953. ben
    [noun]
  954. orsaka
    [verb]
    (to cause)
  955. gata
    [noun]
    (street)
  956. boll
    [noun]
    (a ball)
  957. förvänta
    [verb]
    (to expect)
  958. olycka
    [noun]
    (accident)
  959. verk
    [noun]
    (a work)
  960. plötslig
    [adverb]

    The Swedish word "plötslig" is an adverb that describes something that happens suddenly or unexpectedly. This word originates from the German language, where it is spelled "plötzlich".

  961. historisk
    [adjective]
    (historical)
  962. faktum
    [noun]
    (a fact)

    Faktum is a commonly used Swedish noun that refers to a piece of information known to be true. Interestingly, the word has its roots in Latin, specifically the term "factum", which means "a thing done". Even though Swedish is a Germanic language and not a Latin-based language, a few Swedish vocabulary words do come from Latin. Despite its Latin origin, the term faktum is fully integrated into Swedish and frequently used in everyday speech and writing.

  963. förmåga
    [noun]
    (ability)
  964. trygg
    [adjective]
    (safe)
  965. lön
    [noun]
    (salary)
  966. skatt
    [noun]
    (tax)
  967. hyra
    [verb]
    (to rent)
  968. lunch
    [noun]
    (a lunch)
  969. höger
    [noun]
  970. Fredrik
    [proper noun]
  971. pass
    [noun]
    (passport)
  972. Per
    [proper noun]
  973. tåg
    [noun]
    (a train)
  974. fördel
    [noun]
    (advantage)
  975. säng
    [noun]
    (a bed)
  976. motsvarande
    [adjective]
    (corresponding)
  977. mörk
    [adjective]
    (dark)
  978. telefon
    [noun]
  979. princip
    [noun]
    (principle)
  980. trött
    [adjective]
    (tired)
  981. kommunal
    [adjective]
  982. va
    [adverb]
  983. ikväll
    [adverb]
    (tonight)
  984. kontrollera
    [verb]
  985. nuvarande
    [adjective]
  986. Kalmar
    [proper noun]

    Kalmar is a city in the southeast of Sweden near the Baltic Sea.

  987. bidrag
    [noun]
    (a contribution)
  988. plocka
    [verb]
    (to pick)
  989. medarbetare
    [noun]
    (coworker)
  990. lista
    [noun]
    (a list)
  991. åter
    [adverb]
    (again)
  992. tillfällig
    [adjective]
    (temporary)
  993. synas
    [verb]
    (to appear)
  994. frisk
    [adjective]
    (healthy)
  995. mjuk
    [adjective]
    (soft)
  996. tillgänglig
    [adjective]
    (available)
  997. allmänhet
    [noun]
    (public)
  998. innehåll
    [noun]
    (content)
  999. norsk
    [adjective]
    (Norwegian)
  1000. äntligen
    [adverb]
    (finally)
  1001. befolkning
    [noun]
    (population)
  1002. upplevelse
    [noun]
    (an experience)
  1003. längs
    [adverb]
  1004. låt
    [noun]
    (a song)
  1005. förlust
    [noun]
    (a loss)
  1006. stärka
    [verb]
    (to strengthen)
  1007. springa
    [verb]
    (to run)
  1008. tillverka
    [verb]
    (to manufacture)
  1009. kultur
    [noun]
    (culture)
  1010. omfatta
    [verb]
    (to include)
  1011. euro
    [noun]
  1012. vars
    [pronoun]
    (whose)
  1013. hälft
    [noun]
    (half)
  1014. händelse
    [noun]
    (event)
  1015. Lars
    [proper noun]
  1016. råda
    [verb]
    (to advise)
  1017. majoritet
    [noun]
    (majority)
  1018. scen
    [noun]
    (a scene)
  1019. vakna
    [verb]
  1020. sort
    [noun]
    (sort)
  1021. kämpa
    [verb]
    (to fight)
  1022. hota
    [verb]
    (to threaten)
  1023. extrem
    [adverb]
  1024. exakt
    [adverb]
  1025. förbi
    [adverb]
    (past)
  1026. tillåta
    [verb]
    (to allow)
  1027. någonting
    [adverb]
    (anything)
  1028. program
    [noun]
    (a program)
  1029. skjuta
    [verb]
    (to shoot)
  1030. svag
    [adjective]
    (weak)
  1031. webbplats
    [noun]
  1032. ökning
    [noun]
    (an increase)
  1033. tillstånd
    [noun]
  1034. skönt
    [adjective]
  1035. gratis
    [adjective]
    (free)
  1036. invånare
    [noun]
    (resident)

    The word "invånare" is a Swedish noun that refers to a person who lives in a particular place or area. It is commonly translated into English as "resident". This word has its roots in the German language, where it is spelled "Einwohner".

  1037. Ryssland
    [proper noun]
    (Russia)
  1038. snarare
    [adverb]
    (rather)
  1039. metod
    [noun]
    (a method)
  1040. rösta
    [verb]
    (to vote)
  1041. registrera
    [verb]
    (to register)
  1042. orka
    [verb]
  1043. hår
    [noun]
    (hair)
  1044. spridning
    [noun]
    (spread)
  1045. middag
    [noun]
  1046. aktör
    [noun]
    (an actor)
  1047. brand
    [noun]
  1048. besökare
    [noun]
  1049. bära
    [verb]
    (to wear)
  1050. grad
    [noun]
    (a degree)
  1051. annorlunda
    [adverb]
    (differently)
  1052. forskare
    [noun]
    (a researcher)
  1053. uppe
    [adverb]
    (up)
  1054. betydelse
    [noun]
    (meaning)
  1055. väcka
    [verb]
    (to wake up)
  1056. snö
    [noun]
    (snow)
  1057. satsning
    [noun]
    (investment)
  1058. Karlsson
    [proper noun]
  1059. framöver
    [adverb]
  1060. ständig
    [adverb]
  1061. Daniel
    [proper noun]
    (Daniel)
  1062. sällan
    [adverb]
    (rarely)
  1063. tränare
    [noun]
    (a coach)
  1064. eftermiddag
    [noun]
    (afternoon)
  1065. leta
    [verb]
    (to search)
  1066. Storbritannien
    [proper noun]

    The first part of this word is the Swedish adjective “stor” which means “great”.

  1067. Italien
    [proper noun]
    (Italy)
  1068. diskussion
    [noun]
    (discussion)
  1069. varken
    [conjunction]
    (neither)
  1070. sekund
    [noun]
    (second)
  1071. tyckas
    [verb]
    (to seem)
  1072. ekonomin
    [noun]
  1073. hävda
    [verb]
    (to claim)
  1074. luft
    [noun]
    (air)

    The Swedish word "luft" has its roots in the German language, where the word "Luft" also means the same thing. It's interesting to note that in German, all nouns are capitalized, but in Swedish, only proper nouns are capitalized. Therefore, even though "luft" is an important and commonly used word, it is not capitalized in written Swedish."

  1075. ordentlig
    [adverb]

    This Swedish word comes from the German word “ordentlich”.

  1076. medborgare
    [noun]
  1077. bord
    [noun]
    (a table)
  1078. färdig
    [adjective]
    (finished)
  1079. föda
    [verb]
  1080. engelsk
    [noun]
  1081. statistik
    [noun]
    (statistics)
  1082. service
    [noun]
    (service)
  1083. konstig
    [adjective]
    (weird)
  1084. Larsson
    [proper noun]
  1085. serie
    [noun]
    (series)
  1086. allvar
    [noun]
    (seriousness)
  1087. Martin
    [proper noun]
  1088. tingsrätt
    [noun]
    (a district court)
  1089. tacka
    [verb]
    (to thank)
  1090. kamp
    [noun]
    (a struggle)