One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to Libya or its people.‘a Libyan government spokesman’
- ‘The magazine is devoted to Yemeni, Tunisian, and Libyan literature that came out over the last few months.’
- ‘The explorers found the relic that comprised of engravings on a large rock when they were surveying a field of boulders on the flanks of a hill deep in the Libyan Desert.’
- ‘The oldest known record of animals being kept in herds and milked is a series of cave paintings in the Libyan Sahara.’
A native or inhabitant of Libya, or a person of Libyan descent.‘Libyans eagerly await jumbo jets filled with tourists’
- ‘Even their best crooner in the vocalist competition lost to the Libyan.’
- ‘It's made me so happy to be a Libyan.’
- ‘In the evenings, most Libyans can be found at home.’
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