Lancastrian

adjective
Lan·cas·tri·an | \lan-ˈka-strē-ən, laŋ-\

Definition of Lancastrian 

: of or relating to the English royal house that ruled from 1399 to 1461

First Known Use of Lancastrian

1612, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Lancastrian

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster

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