- of, relating to, or like Erasmus.
- a follower of Erasmus.
Origin of Erasmian
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Examples from the Web for erasmian
He had much of the Erasmian spirit but nothing in common with the Reformation.Four Plays of Gil Vicente
It was a most ticklish commission, and Erasmus' solution of it was more than Erasmian.Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam
It was the one point in which the Erasmian creed was at fault.The Oxford Reformers
In the first two of these the text is said to have been formed from the Complutensian and Erasmian.Companion to the Bible
E. P. Barrows
There are a number of proofs that the Erasmian pronunciation is radically wrong, and that the modern Greek is the correct one.Troy and its Remains
Henry (Heinrich) Schliemann