Marcan

adjective Mar·can \ˈmärkən, ˈmȧk-\
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Markan

\ˈmärkən, ˈmȧk-\

Definition of Marcan

  1. :  of or characteristic of the Evangelist Mark or the Gospel ascribed to him carefully studied the Marcan text

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Origin and Etymology of marcan

marcan from Late Latin Marcus Mark, evangelist traditionally regarded as author of the second gospel + English -an; markan from Mark + English -an


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