…or whoever else could make use of such a list. This is language from the 1860’s and a bit earlier, from Värend and Småland (south of Sweden). Place names first, then dialectal words for animals etc. I added in the modern standard Swedish word if the one they had listed was obsolete, in that case to pick the older word pick the “(obsolete)” one. Source is here.
Place names using trees: (a lot of these I can’t translate but I translated the animal names)
hult, hylta - Värendic dialect word for ”a forest with broad-leaf trees”, usually meaning oak or beech. Often in the end of place-names. Ex. Lönshult, Lindehult, Elmhult
Eke (oak) - Eke, Ekemoen, Ekewarfven (the oak warf), Fagereke (beautiful oak), Fröseke (frozen oak?), Welleke.
Bö () - Bökemoen, Bökebacken, Böket, Wrångeböke
Ask (ash) - Eskås, Lönsås, Lindås, Almås, Elmisås,
Hässle (hazel, as in hazelnut) - Hässle, Hasslebäck (hazel brook), Hässlemoen, Rotehässle
Björke (birch) - Björke, Saxabjörke, Lindbjörke
Skog (forest) - Ulfvaskog (wolf forest), Mörkaskog (dark/murky forest), Ledaskog, Högaskog (tall forest), Bondeskog (farmer forest), Holstenskog