Smithian

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Smith +‎ -ian

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Smithian (comparative more Smithian, superlative most Smithian)

  1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a person bearing the surname Smith
  2. (economics) of or characteristic of the theories of the political economist Adam Smith
  3. (geology) of a regional geological stage of the Early Triassic epoch (249.7 – 247.4 Ma; preceded by the Dienerian and followed by the Spathian)

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