Alascan

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noun Alas·can \ə-ˈla-skən\

Definition of Alascan

plural

-s

  1. :  a foreign Protestant in England during the reign of Edward VI

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Origin and Etymology of alascan

Johannes a Lasco (Jan Laski) †1560 Polish religious reformer in charge of foreign Protestants in London (about 1550) + English -an


First Known Use: circa 1874


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