Origin of aeon
Definition for aeon (2 of 2)
Origin of eon
Examples from the Web for aeon
In a January piece in Aeon Magazine, science writer Philip Ball identifies the dangers of “instrument-worship” among scientists.
When it was spent, they would rest for aeon, then stir again.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
After what seemed an aeon, they saw that it was daylight outside.The Call of the Beaver Patrol|V. T. Sherman
For a moment, precious as an aeon, she held her hands upon me—then slowly opened her eyes.Wilfrid Cumbermede|George MacDonald