Cracovian

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Etymology[edit]

Formed as Latin Cracōvia (Cracow) + English -an (suffix forming adjectives with the sense “of or pertaining to”), equivalent to the Latin Cracōviānus.

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Cracovian (not comparable)

  1. of or from Cracow

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Cracovian (plural Cracovians)

  1. A person from Cracow.
    • 1921, National Polish Committee of America, Geography and ethnography of Poland
      Being used to horses from their childhood, the Cracovians are excellent riders.
  2. (astronomy, geodesy) A clerical convenience in solving systems of linear equations by hand.

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