Luxembourgian


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Lux•em•bourg•i•an

(ˌlʌk səmˈbɜr dʒi ən)

adj.
of or pertaining to Luxembourg, its inhabitants, or their speech.
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Adj.1.Luxembourgian - relating to or characteristic of Luxembourg; "Luxembourgian food"
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