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Scan·di·a

 (skăn′dē-ə)
An ancient and poetic name for Scandinavia or the Scandinavian Peninsula.

Scan′di·an adj. & n.

scan·di·a

 (skăn′dē-ə)
[From scandium.]

scandia

(ˈskændɪə)
n
the oxide of scandium, Sc2O3
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