Scillitan

adjective
Scil·​li·​tan | \ˈsilətən\

Definition of Scillitan 

: of or relating to the ancient town of Scillium in Roman Africa

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History and Etymology for Scillitan

probably from (assumed) Late Latin scillitanus, from Latin Scillium, ancient town in Byzacium, Roman province of Africa + Late Latin -itanus (as in metropolitanus metropolitan)

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