Definition of ubiquarian in English:

ubiquarian

noun

  • With capital initial. A member of an eighteenth-century society imitating the constitution of the Roman government. Usually in plural Frequently in "Order of Ubiquarians". Now historical.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in untitled. From classical Latin ubīque anywhere, everywhere, wherever + -arian, probably after e.g. antiquarian, antiquarian.

Pronunciation

ubiquarian

/ˌjuːbɪˈkwɛːrɪən/