Etymology
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Venetian (n.)

early 15c., "native or resident of Venice," from Medieval Latin Venetianus, from Venetia (see Venice). Also probably in part from Old French Venicien. As a kind of dress cloth, from 1710. As an adjective from 1550s. Venetian blinds, made of thin light slats suspended on strips of webbing, so called by 1791 (see blinds).

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Definitions of Venetian
1
Venetian (n.)
a resident of Venice;
2
Venetian (adj.)
of or relating to or characteristic of Venice or its people;
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