Definitions

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  • n. A native or resident of Nashville.

Etymologies

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Nashville +‎ -ian

Examples

  • I remembered those words several weeks ago when Nashville cinematographer Jeff Wyatt Wilson told me Nashvillian musician/songwriter Griffin House had written a rather powerful song called "Head for the Hills" about the recent Nashville floods and the oil spill in Louisiana.

    Molly Secours: When Art and Activism Spill Over in Nashville: "Head for the Hills"

  • It's called Demonbreun's Cave after Thomas Demonbreun the first Nashvillian and I love going there just to hang out, for some reason just knowing how special that place is and who has been there means a lot to me.

    Transmitting History

  • I have always been proud to be a Nashvillian, but especially now, seeing the love that runs through this city when there are people in crisis.

    Taylor Swift Cedar Rapids, Iowa Flood Relief $100,000 Donation

  • I was talking with a nice Nashvillian about some of this body/mind stuff.

    Tara Stiles: Relax Your Mind And Your Body Will Follow (VIDEO)

  • I suspect from his many blogs about the pleasure he took in dining with his fellow Nashvillian, King Crimson frontman Adrian Belew, that it would have been his greatest wish to rejoin King Crimson, which wasn't likely to happen given their current musical direction.

    Archive 2007-02-18

  • Nashvillian Melinda Norris was one of the 25 women in the season premiere last night of The Bachelor.

    Another Tennessean on Reality TV « Michael in Nashville

  • I had the pleasure of accidentally having dinner with the fellow Nashvillian a few weeks ago, and although he did seem a bit hesitant at the time in answering some questions about the direction of his business which totally makes sense now, he came across as super-nice in person as well.

    Nice Guys Finish First - Anil Dash

  • Across town, Nikki Lane, a Nashvillian, played "Gone, Gone, Gone," a Nancy Sinatra boots-are-made-for-waking moment for the iPod generation.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Then there's another Nashvillian, Pujol, who describes his music as "Southern Gothic Rock."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • That means the 28-year-old Nashvillian, whose first child was due on Jan. 31, purchased a new crib, mattress and car seat.

    Tennessean.com Top News

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