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co·e·val / kōˈēvəl/ • adj. having the same age or date of origin; contemporary. • n. a person of roughly the same age as oneself; a contemporary: like so many of his coevals, he yearned for stability. DERIVATIVES: co·e·val·i·ty / ˌkō-ēˈvalitē/ n. co·e·val·ly adv. ORIGIN: early 17th cent. (as a noun): from late Latin coaevus, from co- ‘jointly, in common’ + Latin aevum ‘age.’

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coeval

coeval contemporary. XVII. f. late L. coævus, f. CO- + ævum AGE; see -AL 1.

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