adjective mil·li·ary \ˈmi-lē-ˌer-ē\

Definition of milliary

  1. :  marking the distance of a Roman mile

Origin and Etymology of milliary

Latin milliarius, miliarius consisting of a thousand, one mile long, from mille thousand, mile

First Known Use: circa 1660

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