Ge·tu·li·an | \jēˈtülēən, jē‧ˈtyü-\
variants: or less commonly Getulan \-lən \

Definition of Getulian 

: of or relating to the culture of any of the nomadic peoples of Libya and the eastern Sahara in Neolithic and Aeneolithic times

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History and Etymology for Getulian

Latin Gaetuli, Getuli people inhabiting northwestern Africa in ancient times (from Greek Gaitouli) + English -an

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