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Mercian

[ mur-shee-uhn, -shuhn ]
/ ˈmɜr ʃi ən, -ʃən /
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adjective
of or relating to Mercia, its inhabitants, or their dialect.
noun
a native or inhabitant of Mercia.
the dialect of Old English spoken in Mercia.
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Origin of Mercian

First recorded in 1505–15; Merci(a) + -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Mercian

Mercian
/ (ˈmɜːʃɪən) /

adjective
of or relating to Mercia or the dialect spoken there
noun
the dialect of Old and Middle English spoken in the Midlands of England south of the River Humber
a native or inhabitant of MerciaSee also Anglian, Northumbrian
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