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Hesperian

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adjective Hes·pe·ri·an \he-ˈspir-ē-ən\

Definition of Hesperian



Origin and Etymology of hesperian

Latin Hesperia, the west, from Greek, from feminine of hesperios of the evening, western, from hesperos evening — more at west


First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with hesperian

Adlerian, Algerian, Assyrian, Chaucerian, Cimmerian, Faulknerian, Forsterian, Hitlerian, Hutterian, Hyperion, Iberian, Illyrian, Keplerian, Liberian, Mahlerian, Mousterian, Nigerian, Pierian, Shakespearean, Siberian, Skinnerian, Spencerian, Spenserian, Spenglerian, Sumerian, valerian, Valerian, Wagnerian, Weberian, Whistlerian


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