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legionary

[ lee-juh-ner-ee ]
/ ˈli dʒəˌnɛr i /
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adjective
of, relating to, or belonging to a legion.
constituting a legion or legions.
noun, plural le·gion·ar·ies.
History/Historical. a soldier of a Roman legion.
a member of the British Legion.
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Origin of legionary

From the Latin word legiōnārius, dating back to 1570–80. See legion, -ary
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British Dictionary definitions for legionary

legionary
/ (ˈliːdʒənərɪ) /

adjective
of or relating to a legion
noun plural -aries
a soldier belonging to a legion
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