Etymology
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Moravian

1550s (n.) "native or inhabitant of Moravia;" 1610s (adj.) "of or pertaining to Moravia or its people," from Moravia. From 1746, in reference to the Protestant sect (United Brethren) founded by Count Zinzendorf in the former German state of Moravia. It traces its origin to John Huss. Related: Moravianism.

updated on February 23, 2019

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Definitions of Moravian from WordNet

Moravian (adj.)
of or relating to the people or culture of Moravia;
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