Aetat.



aetat.
Latin aetatis (at the age of, aged)

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  • Aetatis

    in a certain year of one’s age. in the year of his age; in the year of her age. Historical Examples He died while Sheriffe of the County the 25th day of September 1675 aetatis suae 63. Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall Robert S. Hawker Quaere Mr. Partridge of his Directio mortis, scilicet […]

  • Aetatis suae

    in a certain year of one’s age. Historical Examples He died while Sheriffe of the County the 25th day of September 1675 aetatis suae 63. Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall Robert S. Hawker



  • Aethalium

    a large, plump, pillow-shaped fruiting body of certain myxomycetes, formed by the aggregation of plasmodia into a single functional mass. Historical Examples aethalium 3–6 or sometimes many centimeters in extent and 1–2 cm. The Myxomycetes of the Miami Valley, Ohio A. P. Morgan aethalium from a few millimeters to several centimeters in extent. The Myxomycetes […]

  • Aetheling

    . Historical Examples The word “earl” replaced the word “eorldormen” and the word “thegn” replaced the word “aetheling” after the Danish settlement. Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed. S. A. Reilly



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