Definition of abecedarian in English:

abecedarian

adjective

  • Arranged alphabetically:

    ‘in abecedarian sequence’
    • ‘He still felt abecedarian structures would be appropriate, resulting in an album that's once again awash in simplicity.’
    • ‘‘They're arranged in abecedarian order,’ he told me and I found it.’
    • ‘The abecedarian constraint was my idea, and we got 12 comics.’
    • ‘But the poem is mostly static, because the sequencing of lines, despite the abecedarian scheme, feels inadvertently arbitrary.’

Origin

Mid 17th century: from late Latin abecedarius alphabetical (from the names of the letters a, b, c, d) + -an.

Pronunciation:

abecedarian

/ˌeɪbiːsiːˈdɛːrɪən/