Lu·vi·an (lo͞oʹvē-ən) also Lu·wi·an (-wē-ən) n.
1. An Indo-European language of the Anatolian family, attested in documents from the second and first millennia B.C. and now extinct.
2. A speaker of Luvian.
Of or relating to the Luvians, their culture, or their language.
  [From Hittite Lūiya, ancient region in Anatolia.]

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