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aet.

1.
at the age of.
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Origin
< Latin aetātis
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British Dictionary definitions for aetat

aet.

abbreviation
1.
aetatis
Word Origin
Latin: at the age of
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Word Origin and History for aetat

aet.

"aged," abbreviation of Latin aetatis "of the age of," genitive singular of aetas "age" (see age (n.)).

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aet.

Latin aetatis (at the age of, aged)
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