more aëneous

aeneous

[ey-ee-nee-uhs]
adjective
bronze-colored: an aeneous beetle.
Also, aëneous.


Origin:
1805–15; < Latin aēneus, equivalent to aēn(us) of bronze (ae(s) bronze + -n- adj. suffix) + -eus -eous

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