Methuselah definition

mə-tho͝ozə-lə
A biblical patriarch said to have lived 969 years.
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An extremely old or long-lived man.
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(bible, person, proper) One of the patriarchs, who lived 969 years: Gen. 5:27
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(winemaking) A large wine bottle, esp. one for champagne, holding about 6 liters.
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A wine bottle having the capacity of eight standard bottles (six litres)
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The oldest person whose age is recorded in the Hebrew Bible, having reportedly lived 969 years.
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(hence) Any person or thing that has lived to a very old age.
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Noun

Singular:
methuselah
Plural:
methuselahs