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EtymologyEdit

From Texas +‎ -an.

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AdjectiveEdit

Texan (comparative more Texan, superlative most Texan)

  1. Of or pertaining to the inhabitants of the state of Texas.
  2. (less common) Of or pertaining to the the state of Texas in general.
  • Note: Unlike most demonyms, the adjective normally used to refer to the state is Texas, not Texan (e.g. the Texas capitol, not the Texan capitol). Texan is normally used only in contexts referring to the people.


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Texan (plural Texans)

  1. A native or resident of the state of Texas in the United States of America.
    • 2015 November 9, Adam Conover as himself, “Why The Electoral College Ruins Democracy”, in Adam Ruins Everything[1] (television production), truTV, truTV, 00:02:08 from the start:
      In 2012, over three million Texans voted Democrat.

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