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Lancastrian

[ lang-kas-tree-uhn ]
/ læŋˈkæs tri ən /
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adjective
of or relating to the royal family of Lancaster.
noun
an adherent or member of the house of Lancaster, especially in the Wars of the Roses.
a native or resident of Lancashire or Lancaster.
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Origin of Lancastrian

First recorded in 1800–10; Lancast(e)r + -ian
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British Dictionary definitions for Lancastrian

Lancastrian
/ (læŋˈkæstrɪən) /

noun
a native or resident of Lancashire or Lancaster
an adherent of the house of Lancaster in the Wars of the RosesCompare Yorkist
adjective
of or relating to Lancashire or Lancaster
of or relating to the house of Lancaster
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