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Tiberian

[ tahy-beer-ee-uhn ]
/ taɪˈbɪər i ən /
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adjective
of or relating to the emperor Tiberius.
of or relating to the Sea of Tiberias.
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Origin of Tiberian

Tiberi(us) or Tiberi(as) + -an; compare Latin Tiberiānus

OTHER WORDS FROM Tiberian

trans-Ti·be·ri·an, adjective

Words nearby Tiberian

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How to use Tiberian in a sentence

  • Mr. Long, at any 151 rate, has not been so disgusted by the Tiberian Latin as to feel himself bound to repudiate it.

    The Life of Cicero|Anthony Trollope
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