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coeval, coaeval (s) (noun); coevals; coaevals (pl)
1. Someone or something originating or existing during the same time: The ongoing war was coeval with acute inflation in many countries.
2. Another person of the same era or period; a contemporary: A coeval of Mrs. Smith taught at the same school as she did and taught there the same length of time as well.
3. Etymology: from Latin coaevus which comes from co-, "jointly, in common" + aevum, "age".
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