Definition of Indianan in English:

Indianan

adjective

  • Relating to or characteristic of the US state of Indiana or its inhabitants.

    ‘some Indianan families are eligible to use school vouchers’
    • ‘Wilson told of his journeys further north to a place within Indiana but not quite Indianan.’
    • ‘The former NBA coaching washout used to dribble the ball up and down the train tracks as an Indianan youth.’
    • ‘I had the Indianan fish fry and it was delightful and flavorful.’
    • ‘Exterior forts were found around most Indianan cities in the 1830s.’

noun

  • A native or inhabitant of the US state of Indiana.

    ‘an Indianan who spent his adolescence writing songs’
    • ‘In 1869 the General Land Office replaced Meredith with another Indianan and Civil War veteran, General Henry D. Washburn.’
    • ‘He is not aware that any Indianans were feeling their religious rights were being infringed upon, and members of the GOP in the legislature had not raised it as issue.’
    • ‘I've not been here long enough, even, to call myself an Indianan.’
    • ‘We Indianans like to use our time productively.’
    • ‘If there are any Indianans in the region who would like to get together, please contact me.’

Pronunciation

Indianan

/ˌɪndɪˈan(ə)n/