Al·​fre·​di·​an | \ al-ˈfrē-dē-ən\

Definition of Alfredian

: belonging or relating to or originating with Alfred the Great the Alfredian Gospels

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First Known Use of Alfredian

1818, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Alfredian

Alfred the Great †899 king of the West Saxons + English -ian

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The first known use of Alfredian was in 1818

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