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Gregorian

[ gri-gawr-ee-uhn, -gohr- ]
/ grɪˈgɔr i ən, -ˈgoʊr- /
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adjective
of or relating to any of the popes named Gregory, especially Gregory I or Gregory XIII.
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Origin of Gregorian

1590–1600; <New Latin gregoriānus of, pertaining to Pope Gregory, equivalent to Late Latin Gregori(us) + Latin -ānus-an
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British Dictionary definitions for Gregorian

Gregorian
/ (ɡrɪˈɡɔːrɪən) /

adjective
relating to, associated with, or introduced by any of the popes named Gregory, esp Gregory I or Gregory XIII
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