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-iana

1.
-an, -ana.
Origin
< Latin, neuter plural of -iānus -ian
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British Dictionary definitions for -iana

-ana

suffix
1.
denoting a collection of objects or information relating to a particular individual, subject, or place: Shakespeareana, Victoriana, Americana
Word Origin
New Latin, from Latin -āna, literally: matters relating to, neuter plural of -ānus; see -an

-iana

suffix
1.
a variant of -ana
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Word Origin and History for -iana

form of -ana with nouns whose adjectival forms end in -ian.

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