Gedinnian

adjective Ge·din·ni·an \ jə̇ˈdinēən , zhə̇ˈ- \

Definition of Gedinnian

:of, relating to, or constituting a subdivision of the European Devonian

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Origin and Etymology of gedinnian

from Gedinnian, subdivision of the European Devonian, from French Gédinnien, from Gédinne, village in Belgium + French -ien -ian


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