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Varsovian

[ vahr-soh-vee-uhn ]
/ vɑrˈsoʊ vi ən /
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noun
a native or inhabitant of Warsaw.
adjective
of or relating to Warsaw or its inhabitants.
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Origin of Varsovian

1900–05; Varsovi(a) Latinization of Polish WarszawaWarsaw + -an, perhaps on the model of French varsovien

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How to use Varsovian in a sentence

  • There is in some Varsovian families a heritage of mourning to be worn until Poland is reinstated.

    The Vultures|Henry Seton Merriman
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