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1. (Languages) Helvetian or Swiss
2. (Peoples) Helvetian or Swiss
3. (Protestantism) of or relating to the Helvetic Confessions or to Swiss Protestantism
(Protestantism) a Swiss Protestant or reformed Calvinist who subscribes to one of the two Helvetic Confessions (of faith) formulated in 1536 and 1566
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(hɛlˈvi ʃən)

1. of or pertaining to the Helvetii.
3. one of the Helvetii.
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