Lawrence Nattier died; a swabian, who published a work on antient gems.
Kerner was one of the most inspired poets of the swabian school.
Amongst the ladies, the most noteworthy was the wife of the merchant, David Riguelin, who was a swabian by birth.
So we find Nuremberg joining the league of the swabian towns.
I see before me a strapping man, blond enough to be one of my swabian knights, yet who claims to come from the Sultan of Cairo.
The fate of the swabian youth and that of his companions was still a matter of surmise.
Why, is it not a fact that, to a Prussian, an Austrian or a swabian is an alien?
As if to give the force of contrast to this uproar of misery, two regiments of swabian infantry marched past as prisoners.
In spite of this the swabian League seized the opportunity of paying off old scores against him.
Navarrete had often heard the swabian and his work praised, and wore a corselet from his workshop.
1785, from Medieval Latin Suabia, from German Schwaben, from Old High German swaba, name of a Germanic tribe, related to Latin Suevus, "pertaining to the Suevi," a tribe in northeastern Germania.