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1Trojan

noun Tro·jan \ˈtrō-jən\

: a person who was born or who lived in the ancient city of Troy

Full Definition of TROJAN

1
:  a native or inhabitant of Troy
2
:  one who shows qualities (as pluck, endurance, or determined energy) attributed to the defenders of ancient Troy
3
:  a merry and often irresponsible or disreputable companion

Origin of TROJAN

Middle English, from Latin trojanus of Troy, from Troia, Troja Troy, from Greek Trōïa
First Known Use: 14th century

2Trojan

adjective

Definition of TROJAN

1
:  of, relating to, or resembling ancient Troy or its inhabitants
2
:  of, relating to, or constituting a Trojan horse

First Known Use of TROJAN

14th century

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