Definition of aerarian in English:

aerarian

adjective

Roman History
rare
  • Of, relating to, or belonging to the aerarians. "aerarian tribune": a member of a class ranking below the equites.

Origin

Early 19th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin aerārius (adjective) of or connected with coinage, money, or the treasury, (noun) citizen of the lowest class, who paid only a poll tax (from aer-, aes copper, bronze, or brass, money (from the same Indo-European base as Old English ār brass, bronze, copper) + -ārius) + -an; originally after German Aerarier, plural.

Pronunciation

aerarian

/ɪˈrɛːrɪən/