Definition of Marlovian in English:

Marlovian

adjective

  • 1Relating to or characteristic of the English playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe or his works.

    ‘Marlovian depictions of erotic desire’
  • 2Relating to the view that Christopher Marlowe wrote the plays attributed to Shakespeare.

    ‘the Marlovian theory was reinvented by a determined Broadway press agent’

noun

  • 1A student or admirer of the works of the English playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe.

    ‘I have been privileged to benefit from the advice of some excellent Marlovians’
  • 2A supporter of the view that Christopher Marlowe wrote the plays attributed to Shakespeare.

    ‘the Marlovians contend that Christopher Marlowe faked his own death’

Pronunciation

Marlovian

/mɑːˈləʊvɪən/