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aetatis

Syllabification: ae·ta·tis
Pronunciation: /īˈtätis, ēˈtātis
 
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Definition of aetatis in English:

adjective

Of or at the age of: his son, aetatis 13, learned in nothing

Origin

early 19th century: Latin.

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