Tyrrhenian

adjective
Tyr·​rhe·​ni·​an | \tə̇ˈrēnēən\
variants: or less commonly Tyrrhene \ˈtiˌrēn, tə̇ˈr-​ \

Definition of Tyrrhenian 

: of or relating to the Tyrrheni

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History and Etymology for Tyrrhenian

tyrrhene from Latin tyrrhenus, from Greek tyrrhēnos; tyrrhenian from Latin tyrrhenus + English -ian

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