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Rhaetian

or Rhe·tian

[ ree-shuhn, -shee-uhn ]
/ ˈri ʃən, -ʃi ən /
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adjective

of or relating to Rhaetia.

noun

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Origin of Rhaetian

First recorded in 1610–20; Rhaeti(a) + -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Rhaetian

Rhaetian
/ (ˈriːʃən) /

noun

Also called: Rhaeto-Romanic (ˈriːtəʊrəʊˈmænɪk) a group of Romance languages or dialects spoken in certain valleys of the Alps, including Romansch, Ladin, and Friulian

adjective

denoting or relating to this group of languages
of or relating to Rhaetia
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