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1A member of an Oscan-Umbrian people living in the area around Teate (now Chieti) in ancient Italy.
2The Oscan-Umbrian language of the Marrucinians.
Of or relating to the Marrucinians or their language.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in William Purdie Dickson (1823–1901), theologian and translator. From classical Latin Marrūcīnī, plural + -an.
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