Meaning of Alabamian in English:


(also Alabaman)

Pronunciation /ˌaləˈbeɪmɪən/


  • Relating to or characteristic of the US state of Alabama or its inhabitants.

    ‘his deep voice was laced with a hint of an Alabaman accent’
    • ‘Bains recruited a set of Alabaman and Georgian musicians as his backing band.’
    • ‘Rachel tells her Alabaman prom date the truth about herself and his reaction makes the scales fall from her eyes.’
    • ‘Is there anything distinctly Alabaman on the menu?’
    • ‘The short story was penned by a young Alabaman writer.’


  • A native or inhabitant of the US state of Alabama.

    ‘an Alabaman by birth and a Texan by upbringing’
    • ‘A blunt but affable Alabaman, he was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and saw combat as a naval aviator early in World War II.’
    • ‘From the wall peered down a portrait of former Justice Black, a native Alabaman and one of Arlen's inspirations.’
    • ‘Alabamans certainly know a quarterback is most accurately judged by his wins.’
    • ‘Alabamans have long held a jaded but honest view of politicians.’