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squireen

Line breaks: squir¦een
Pronunciation: /ˌskwʌɪəˈriːn/

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Definition of squireen in English:

noun

British
A minor landowner, especially one in Ireland.

Origin

early 19th century: from squire + -een (representing the Irish diminutive suffix -ín).

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