Etymology
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Words related to -ian

vaudevillian (n.)
"performer in vaudeville shows," 1900, from vaudeville + -ian.
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Venusian (n.)
"(hypothetical) inhabitant of the second planet from the sun," 1866, from Venus + -ian. Middle English had Venerian "one under the influence of the planet Venus; a lover" (late 14c.).
viridian (adj.)
1882, from the paint color name (1862), from Latin virid-, stem of viridis "green, blooming, vigorous" (see verdure) + -ian.
vulgarian (n.)
"rich person of vulgar manners," 1804, from vulgar (adj.) + -ian.

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