Shavian

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Latin Shavi(us) (Latinised form of Shaw, as in George Bernard Shaw) + English -an

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Shavian (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to George Bernard Shaw or his works, or to the Shavian alphabet.

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Shavian (plural Shavians)

  1. An admirer of Shaw, or an advocate of his ideas.

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