Capetian

adjective
Ca·pe·tian | \kə-ˈpē-shən \

Definition of Capetian 

: of or relating to the French royal house that ruled from 987 to 1328

Other Words from Capetian

Capetian noun

First Known Use of Capetian

1836, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Capetian

Hugh Capet

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