Definition of Maurician in English:

Maurician

(also Mauricean)

noun

  • A follower or adherent of F. D. Maurice and his theological or social beliefs (the latter being embodied largely in the doctrine of Christian Socialism).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Robert Hawker (1803–1875), poet and Church of England clergyman. From the name of Frederick Denison Maurice, English clergyman, Anglican theologian, and pioneer of Christian Socialism + -ian.

Pronunciation

Maurician

/mɒˈrɪsɪən/ /mɒˈrɪʃn/