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Susian

noun Su·si·an \ˈsüzēən\
variants: less commonly

susianian

\¦süzē¦ānēən\

Definition of Susian

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a native or resident of the ancient city of Susa or the ancient Persian province of Susiana (Elam)

  2. 2 :  elamite

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Origin and Etymology of susian

Susian from Latin Susiani (plural) inhabitants of Susa or of Susiana, from Greek Sousianē Susiana, province of the ancient Persian empire roughly coextensive with Elam, from Sousa, its capital; Susianian from Greek Sousianē + English -ian


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Susian

adjective Su·si·an \"\
variants: less commonly

Susianian

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Definition of Susian

  1. :  of, relating to, or characteristic of the ancient Persian province Susiana or to its capital Susa

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