Etruscan

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From Latin Etruscus +‎ -an.

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Etruscan (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to the region and culture of Etruria, a pre-Roman civilization in Italy.

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Etruscan (plural Etruscans)

  1. An inhabitant of ancient Etruria.

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Etruscan

  1. The extinct language of Etruria, which has no known relation to any other language.

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