Definition of Rehobothian in US English:

Rehobothian

noun

rare, historical
  • One of those members of the Nama people who, prior to German colonization, inhabited the plateau in the centre of what is now Namibia, where the town of Rehoboth is now situated.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Carl Andersson (1827–1867). From the name of Rehoboth + -ian.

Pronunciation

Rehobothian

/ˌriːəˈbɒθɪən/