Jeromian

adjective
Je·ro·mi·an | \jə̇ˈrōmēən\

Definition of Jeromian 

: of or relating to St. Jerome or his works

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History and Etymology for Jeromian

St. Jerome (Eusebius Hieronymus) †420 church father + English -ian

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