Caedmonian

adjective
Caed·​mo·​nian | \(ˈ)kad¦mōnēən\
variants: or less commonly Caedmonic \ -​mänik \

Definition of Caedmonian 

: of or relating to the poet Caedmon

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First Known Use of Caedmonian

1823, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Caedmonian

Caedmon, flourished a.d.670 English Christian poet + English -an or -ic

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