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Of or relating to Mount Etna, an active volcano in eastern Sicily; inhabiting or located on the slopes of this.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Underdowne (fl. 1566–1577), poet and translator. From the name of Mount Etna (classical Latin Aetna, Italian Etna) + -ean.
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