Definition of Cameronian in US English:

Cameronian

adjective

  • 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.

noun

  • 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.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in untitled. From the name of Richard Cameron, Scottish Covenanter and field preacher + -ian.

Pronunciation

Cameronian

/ˌkaməˈrəʊnɪən/