- A language of the extinct ancient Anatolian branch of Indo-European, attested in documents and inscriptions from Anatolia and Syria from the second and first millennia BC.
- A speaker of Luvian.
Of or relating to the Luvians, their culture, or their language.
Origin of LuvianFrom Hittite Lūiya, ancient region in Anatolia.
Variant of Luwian
an extinct Anatolian language regarded as closely related to Hittite
Origin of Luwian; from the native name