Medicean

adjective Med·i·ce·an \ ¦medə¦chēən , -də¦sē- \

Definition of Medicean

:of or relating to the Medici family; especially :of or relating to a great Florentine library founded by Lorenzo de' Medici

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Origin and Etymology of medicean

Italian mediceo Medicean (from the Medici, Italian family powerful in Florence and Tuscany especially from the 14th to 16th centuries) + English -an


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