oppidan

[ op-i-duh n ]
/ ˈɒp ɪ dən /

adjective

of a town; urban.

noun

a townsman.

Origin of oppidan

1530–40; < Latin oppidānus, equivalent to oppid(um) town + -ānus -an
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oppidan

/ (ˈɒpɪdən) rare /

adjective

of a town; urban

noun

a person living in a town

Word Origin for oppidan

C16: from Latin oppidānus, from oppidum town
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