There are 2 definitions of Lucan in English:

Lucan1

Syllabification: Lucan
Pronunciation: /ˈlo͞okən
 
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  • ( Ad 39-65), Roman poet, born in Spain; Latin name Marcus Annaeus Lucanus. He was forced to commit suicide after joining a conspiracy against Nero. His major work is Pharsalia, an epic in ten books dealing with the civil war between Julius Caesar and Pompey.

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Pronunciation: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little

There are 2 definitions of Lucan in English:

Lucan2

Syllabification: Lu·can

adjective

  • Of or relating to St. Luke.
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    • Many assume that it received its definitive meaning from a series of post-crucifixion events, as recorded in the Lucan tradition.
    • It may be closer to the synoptic tradition and especially to the Lucan tradition.

Origin

via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek Loukas 'Luke' + -an.

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