- at the age of.
Origin of aet.
From the Latin word aetātis
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Edward I.) perhaps on a foray; also Henry Lacy, who built the castle (aet.
The frontispiece of this edition is a lithograph by W. Hall of a portrait of Coleridge, aet.The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Latin: at the age of
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Word Origin and History for aet
"aged," abbreviation of Latin aetatis "of the age of," genitive singular of aetas "age" (see age (n.)).
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