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Roman History. A member of a Berber people in ancient times inhabiting the North African desert region to the south and east of Numidia.
Roman History. Of or relating to the Getulians or to their land.
Early 16th century; earliest use found in Alexander Barclay (c1484–1552), poet and clergyman. From classical Latin Gaetūlī, Gētūlī, masculine plural noun (also Gaetūlus, Gētūlus, adjective; from Hellenistic Greek Γαιτοῦλοι, masculine plural noun, perhaps from a Berber form) + -an; compare -ian.
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