Megarian

adjective
Me·​gar·​i·​an | \ mə-ˈga-rē-ən How to pronounce Megarian (audio) , me-, -ˈger-ē-ən\

Definition of Megarian

: of or relating to a Socratic school of philosophy founded by Euclid of Megara and noted for its subtle attention to logic

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Megarian noun

First Known Use of Megarian

1603, in the meaning defined above

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megaron

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The first known use of Megarian was in 1603

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