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Priscian

[ prish-ee-uhn, prish-uhn ]
/ ˈprɪʃ i ən, ˈprɪʃ ən /
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noun
flourished a.d. c500, Latin grammarian.
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Priscian
/ (ˈprɪʃɪən) /

noun
Latin name Priscianus Caesariensis. 6th century ad, Latin grammarian
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