-arian Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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-ariansuffix

uk   /-eə.ri.ən/  us   /-er.i-/
(a ​person who has) a ​connection with or ​belief in the ​statedsubject: a ​librarian (= ​person who ​works in a ​library) a ​vegetarian (= a ​person who does not ​eatmeat) humanitarianaid (= ​help for ​injured, ​ill, or ​hungrypeople)
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