Aretinian

adjective Ar·e·tin·i·an

Definition of Aretinian

  1. archaic :  guidonian

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Origin and Etymology of aretinian

Italian aretino of Guido d'Arezzo †about 1050 Italian monk and musician, literally, of Arezzo, city in Tuscany, Italy, where he lived (from Latin Arretinus, from Arretium Arezzo + -inus -ine) + English -ian


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