Swanee

/ˈswɒni/ (say 'swonee)

noun
Suwannee.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Swanee — may refer to:* Swanee , a song by George Gershwin and Irving Caesar; made popular by Al Jolson * Suwanee River, misspelled by Stephen Foster in writing Old Folks at Home . * Swanee (singer), an Australian rock singeree also* Sewanee * Suwanee *… …   Wikipedia

  • Swanee — [swä′nē] var. of SUWANNEE …   English World dictionary

  • Swanee — Karte des Suwannee Rivers Postkarte aus dem Jahre 1904 mit Melodie und Text von Old Folks at Home Der Suwannee River (auch Suwanee River) ist ein Fluss …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Swanee — Swa|nee 1.) the Swanee another name for ↑Suwannee 2.) go down the Swanee BrE informal if a plan goes down the Swanee, it fails or does not happen in the way you intended …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Swanee — /swon ee, swaw nee/, n. Suwannee. * * * …   Universalium

  • Swanee — n. Suwannee, river in southeastern United States …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Swanee — Swa•nee [[t]ˈswɒn i, ˈswɔ ni[/t]] n. geg Suwannee …   From formal English to slang

  • Swanee — /swon ee, swaw nee/, n. Suwannee …   Useful english dictionary

  • Swanee (song) — Swanee is an American popular song written in 1919 by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Irving Caesar. It is most often associated with singer Al Jolson.The song was written for a New York City revue called Demi Tasse , which opened in October 1919 …   Wikipedia

  • Swanee Paper — Corporation manufactured paper in Ransom, Pennsylvania. The paper mill still exists, although the company does not. In 1998, Pope Talbot sold the 55,000 tons per year paper mill to Plainwell, Inc. As a result of Plainwell s November 2000 chapter… …   Wikipedia

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