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aevum or (older) aevom ī, n

, αἰών, neverending time, eternity: aeternum, O.: in aevum, for all time, H.—Esp., period of life, lifetime, life, age: in armis agere: in silvis exigere, V.: extentum, prolonged, H.: natura aevi brevis, S.: meum, my age, H.: aevo apta, things suitable to their years, H.: maximus aevo (i. e. natu), O.: flos aevi, the bloom of life, O.: aequale tecum aevum, V.: occulto arbor aevo, i. e. with no signs of age, H.—Old age: aevo confectus, V.: annis aevoque soluti, O. — Age, generation, period: Livi scriptoris, H.: venturi inscius aevi, the future, V.: in omne nobilis aevum, H.: durare in hoc aevi, to our own times, O. — The age, men of the age: veniens, posterity, H.—Time: aevi vetustas, V.: vitiata dentibus aevi omnia, O.

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