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Mancunian

[ man-kyoo-nee-uhn, -kyoon-yuhn ]
/ mænˈkyu ni ən, -ˈkyun yən /
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noun
a native or resident of Manchester, England.
adjective
of, relating to, or characteristic of Manchester, England, or its natives or residents.
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Origin of Mancunian

1900–05; <Medieval Latin Mancuni(um) Manchester + -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Mancunian

Mancunian
/ (mæŋˈkjuːnɪən) /

noun
a native or inhabitant of Manchester
adjective
of or relating to Manchester

Word Origin for Mancunian

from Medieval Latin Mancunium Manchester
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