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noun [U] uk   /vɪkˌtɔː.riˈɑː.nə/ us    /-ˌtɔːr.iˈæn.ə/
objects, especially decorative objects, pictures, and toys, that were made while Queen Victoria was queen of Britain: Her living room is cluttered with Victoriana.Renaissance: 1501 to 1899
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