Gallican

adjective
Gal·li·can | \ˈga-li-kən \

Definition of Gallican 

1 : gallic

2 often not capitalized [ after French gallican ] : of or relating to Gallicanism

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Gallican noun

First Known Use of Gallican

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for Gallican

Middle English, going back to Latin Gallicānus "relating to the province of Gaul," from Gallicus gallic + -ānus -an entry 2

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