coetaneous

coetaneous

[koh-i-tey-nee-uhs]
adjective
of the same age or duration.

Origin:
1600–10; < Latin coaetāneus, equivalent to co- co- + aet(ās) age + -āneus compound adj. suffix; see -an, -eous

coetaneously, adverb
coetaneity [koh-i-tuh-nee-i-tee] , coetaneousness, noun
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coetaneous (ˌkəʊɪˈteɪnɪəs)
 
adj
rare of the same age or period
 
[C17: from Latin coaetāneus, from co- same + aetās age]
 
coe'taneously
 
adv
 
coe'taneousness
 
n

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coetaneous
1608, from L.L. coætanus "one of the same age," from co- "with, together with" + ætat- "age" + adj. suffix -aneus.
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