chiliadal

chiliad

[kil-ee-ad]
noun
1.
a group of 1000.
2.
a period of 1000 years.

Origin:
1590–1600; < Late Latin chīliad- (stem of chīlias) < Greek, equivalent to chī́li(oi) 1000 + -ad- -ad1

chiliadal, chiliadic, adjective
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chiliad (ˈkɪlɪˌæd)
 
n
1.  a group of one thousand
2.  one thousand years
 
[C16: from Greek khilias, from khilioi a thousand]
 
chili'adal
 
adj
 
chili'adic
 
adj

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