[ kan-tuh-brij-ee-uhn ]
/ ˌkæn təˈbrɪdʒ i ən /
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of Cambridge, England, or Cambridge University.
of Cambridge, Mass., or Harvard University.
a native or inhabitant of Cambridge, England or Cambridge, Mass.
a student at or graduate of Cambridge University or Harvard University.
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Origin of Cantabrigian
1610–20; <Medieval Latin Cantabrigi(a) Cambridge + -an
Words nearby Cantabrigian
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How to use Cantabrigian in a sentence
For the fourth time the New Haven men struggled to the Cantabrigian twenty-yard line.
Those who know the Cantabrigian guerilla respect his power, though they abhor his ways.
Pleasant Taylor making himself merry with the stake was another Cantabrigian.Cambridge|Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
British Dictionary definitions for Cantabrigian
/ (ˌkæntəˈbrɪdʒɪən) /
of, relating to, or characteristic of Cambridge or Cambridge University, or of Cambridge, Massachusetts, or Harvard University
a member or graduate of Cambridge University or Harvard University
an inhabitant or native of Cambridge
Word Origin for Cantabrigian
C17: from Medieval Latin Cantabrigia
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