Falernian

adjective
Fa·​ler·​ni·​an | \fəˈlərnēən\

Definition of Falernian 

: of or coming from a district of Campania called Falernus ager by the Romans used especially of a wine celebrated by Horace

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History and Etymology for Falernian

Latin falernus Falernian + English -ian

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