-ean suffix formed by adding -AN to e or ē of L. -eus, -ēus (varying with -æus), corr. to Gr. -eos, -eios (-aîos); formerly often with parallel forms in -æan, -(e)ian; it has in some words an immed. F. original in -éen.
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