Definition of Britannic in English:

Britannic

Line breaks: Bri¦tan|nic
Pronunciation: /brɪˈtanɪk
 
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adjective

dated
(Chiefly in names or titles) of Britain or the British Empire: he answered His Britannic Majesty’s call to arms
More example sentences
  • Her Britannic Majesty's correct title is: Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  • Her Britannic Majesty is, after all, only human.
  • It recalled that stirring Britannic anthem, Hearts of Oak (sadly unheard at the Proms this year).

Origin

mid 17th century: from Latin Britannicus, from Britannia (see Britannia).

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