Jugurthine

adjective
Ju·​gur·​thine | \jüˈgərthə̇n, -ˌthīn\

Definition of Jugurthine 

: of or relating to Jugurtha or his reign the Jugurthine War

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History and Etymology for Jugurthine

Latin jugurthinus, from Jugurtha †104 b.c. king of Numidia defeated and captured by the Romans + Latin -inus -ine

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