Tiberian

adjective Ti·be·ri·an \(ˈ)tī¦birēən, -bēr-\

Definition of Tiberian

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or resembling the Roman emperor Tiberius or his policies

  2. 2 [Tiberias, northern Palestine + English -an] :  of or relating to the ancient city of Tiberias

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Origin and Etymology of tiberian

Latin tiberianus, from Tiberiusa.d. 37 second emperor of Rome + -anus -an


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