Terre-Neuvien etymology

French word Terre-Neuvien comes from French -ien (Denotes where something or someone is from; -ian.), French Terre-Neuve

Detailed word origin of Terre-Neuvien

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ien French (fra) Denotes where something or someone is from; -ian.
Terre-Neuve French (fra) (obsolete) Terre Neuve, (Dominion of Newfoundland) a former country in extreme eastern North America. Newfoundland, the former name of a province in Canada. Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, (Newfoundland and Labrador,) a province in Canada. Île de Terre-Neuve, (Newfoundland Island) an island in eastern Canada.
Terre-Neuvien French (fra) Newfoundlander (someone from Newfoundland).

Words with the same origin as Terre-Neuvien

Descendants of -ien
algérien autrichien bohémien brésilien californien crânien daltonien freudien hawaïen haïtien historien irakien iranien magicien martien musicien mécanicien norvégien palestinien péruvien samaritain terrien vietnamien végétalien égyptien
Descendants of Terre-Neuve
TNL terre-neuvien terreneuvien