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1Of or relating to Richard Cameron, his followers, or his religious beliefs. Now historical.
2British Army. Of or belonging to the Cameronian Regiment. Now historical.
1A supporter or follower of Richard Cameron or his religious beliefs; (informal) a member of the body subsequently known as the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Now chiefly historical.
2British Army. In plural = Cameronian Regiment. Now historical.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in untitled. From the name of Richard Cameron, Scottish Covenanter and field preacher + -ian.
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