Definition for SI-BE'RI-AN

SI-BE'RI-AN, a. [Russ. siver, north. Siberia is formed by annexing the Greek ia, country, from the Celtic, to siver, north.]

Pertaining to Siberia, a name given to a great and indefinite extent of territory in the north of Asia; as, a Siberian winter.

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