Varsovian

noun
Var·so·vi·an | \ˌvär-ˈsō-vē-ən \

Definition of Varsovian 

: a native or resident of Warsaw, Poland

First Known Use of Varsovian

1764, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Varsovian

borrowed from French varsovien, from Varsovie warsaw + -ien -ian

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