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Early 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Bell (fl. 1573–1610). From post-classical Latin suburbicanus from classical Latin suburbium + -icus + -ānus, after suburbicārius. With sense 1 compare slightly later suburbicary and later suburbicarian.
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