Swett is the surname of:
- James E. Swett (1920–2009), United States Marine Corps World War II fighter ace and Medal of Honor recipient
- John Swett (1830-1913), considered the father of the California public school system
- Katrina Swett (born 1955), consultant
- Leonard Swett (1825–1889), lawyer who advised President Abraham Lincoln
- María Elena Swett (born 1979), Chilean actress
- Pop Swett (1870–1934), baseball player
- Richard Swett (born 1957), American politician
Swett may also refer to:
- Swett, South Dakota, an unincorporated community in Bennett County
Usage examples of "swett".
So the presidential contenders dutifully warbled the praises of such House candidates as Katrina Swett in New Hampshire and John Norris in Iowa, only to watch from the sidelines as all the non-incumbent Democratic congressional candidates in both statesincluding New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen running for the Senatewere upended in November.
The bright spirits of Orison Swett Marden and Ralph Waldo Trine, Dioscuri of Good Cheer, seemed to be with him reminding him that nothing is impossible.
Swett was ready with Lincoln to give and take in storyland, as was Lamon, and either of them, and sometimes all of them, often dropped in upon Lincoln and gave him an hour's diversion from his exacting cares.