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Hibernian
hi-BER-nee-ən
Part of speech: Adjective
Origin: Latin and Old Celtic, 17th century
1

Of or concerning Ireland (now chiefly used in names).

Examples of Hibernian in a sentence

“The Hibernian guests were easily identified by their accents and requests for particular whiskeys.”

“Legendary Hibernian authors James Joyce and Samuel Beckett left Ireland early in life.”