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Gregorian

adjective Gre·go·ri·an \ gri-ˈgȯr-ē-ən \

Definition of Gregorian

: of or relating to Pope Gregory XIII or the Gregorian calendar

First Known Use of gregorian

1592


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Gregorian

adjective

Definition of Gregorian

1 : of or relating to Pope Gregory I
2 : of, relating to, or having the characteristics of Gregorian chant

First Known Use of gregorian

1653


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Gregorian

adjective

Definition of Gregorian

: of or relating to the Armenian national church

Origin and Etymology of gregorian

St. Gregory the Illuminator †332, apostle of Armenia


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