coetaneous[kō′ē tā′nē əs]
coetaneous definition by Webster's New World
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Origin: Classical Latin coaetaneus ; from co-, with plush aetas, age
coetaneous definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of equal age, duration, or period; coeval.
Origin: From Late Latin coaetāneus, a contemporary : Latin co-, co- + Latin aetās, age; see aiw- in Indo-European roots.
- coˌe·taˈne·ous·ly adverb
- coˌe·taˈne·ous·ness noun