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Marlovian

[ mahr-loh-vee-uhn ]
/ mɑrˈloʊ vi ən /
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adjective
of, relating to, or characteristic of Christopher Marlowe or his writings, especially his plays.
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Origin of Marlovian

1585–95; Marlowe (Latinization with -v- substitution) + -ian
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