Danian

adjective
Da·ni·an | \ˈdānēən\

Definition of Danian 

: of or relating to a subdivision of the European Cretaceous

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History and Etymology for Danian

Medieval Latin Dania Denmark, where typical formations are found (from Late Latin Dani Danes—of Germanic origin; akin to Old Norse Danr Dane—+ Latin -ia -y) + English -an

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