[ hahy-er-uh-nim-ik, hahy-ruh- ]
/ ˌhaɪ ər əˈnɪm ɪk, ˌhaɪ rə- /
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of or relating to St. Jerome.
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Also Hi·er·o·nym·i·an [hahy-er-uh-nim-ee-uhn, hahy-ruh-] /ˌhaɪ ər əˈnɪm i ən, ˌhaɪ rə-/ .
Origin of Hieronymic
1650–60; <Latin Hieronym(us) Jerome + -ic
OTHER WORDS FROM Hieronymicpre-Hi·er·o·nym·i·an, adjectivepre-Hi·er·o·nym·ic, adjective
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