jubilarian

[ joo-buh-lair-ee-uhn ]
/ ˌdʒu bəˈlɛər i ən /

noun

a person who celebrates or has celebrated a jubilee, as a nun observing 25 or more years of religious life.

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Origin of jubilarian

1775–85; <Medieval Latin jūbilāri(us) (equivalent to jūbil- (see jubilee) + -ārius-ary) + -an
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