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Definition funny of Swete:
A purposeful misspelling of the word "sweet" in the form that usually replaces "cool", "awesome", "nice" etc.
1: -hey wasup? -nm, u? -last night i met a sweet ass chick -cool -ya, she was all over me when i took her to my place -awesome. ya callin her back tonight? -chyeah 2: -hey wasup? -nm, u? -last night i met a swete ass chick -swete -ya, she was all over me when i took her to my place -swete. ya callin her back tonight? -chyeah
Songs about Swete:
Swete Sone by The Mediaeval Baebes from the Album Worldes Blysse
Carol: Lullay: I saw a swete semly syght by Anonymous 4 from the Album On Yoolis Night - Medieval Carols & Motets
Carol: Lullay: I saw a swete semly syght by Anonymous 4 from the Album On Yoolis Night - Medieval carols & motets
I Saw a Swete Semly Syght by The Stairwell Carollers from the Album Carols for Christmas, Vol. 1
Jesu, Swete Sone Dear by Voces 8 from the Album Christmas
Lullay, lullow, I saw a swete semly syght by Cambridge Queens' College Choir from the Album Christmas Collection - Favourite Songs and Carols
Lullay, lullow, I saw a swete semly syght by Cambridge Queens' College Choir from the Album Christmas Carols And Music - A Child Is Born
Books about Swete:
Grammar of Septuagint Greek: With Selected Readings from the Septuagint according to the Text of Swete by F. C. Conybeare (Jul 10, 2014)
The parables of the Kingdom;: A course of lectures delivered by the late Henry Barclay Swete by Henry Barclay Swete (1920)
Selections From the Septuagint According to the Text of Swete by Author Unknown (Apr 27, 2009)
Selections from the Septuagint, according to the text of Swete by Bible. (Jan 1, 1905)
Swete Jesu: SATB Unaccompanied by Nicholas Maw (Jan 1, 1973)
Swete was the song the Virgine soong (Sacred Anthem, SSAA, a cappella) by Stephen Caracciolo (2001)
Henry Barclay Swete D.D., F.B.A., Sometime Regius Professor of Divinity Cambridge : a Remembrance by HardPress (Aug 23, 2014)
Wiki information Swete:
Rev. John Swete was a Devonshire clergyman, artist, antiquary, historian and topographer and author of the Picturesque Sketches of Devon consisting of twenty illustrated journals of Devonshire scenery.
Henry Barclay Swete was an English Biblical scholar. He became Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge in 1890. He is known for his 1906 commentary on the Book of Revelation, and other works of exegesis.