Herodian

Herodian

[huh-roh-dee-uhn]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to Herod the Great, his family, or its partisans.
noun
2.
a partisan of the house of Herod.
3.
a member of a political group that supported the dynasty of Herod and opposed Jesus.

Origin:
< Late Latin (Vulgate) Hērōdiānī (plural); see Herod, -ian

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