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anno aetatis suae

[ahn-noh ahy-tah-tis soo-ahy; English an-oh i-tey-tis soo-ee]
Latin.
  1. in the year of his age; in the year of her age.
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anno mundi

[ahn-noh moo n-dee; English an-oh muhn-dahy, -dee]
Latin.
  1. in the year of the world.
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anno regni

[ahn-noh reg-nee; English an-oh reg-nahy, -nee]
Latin.
  1. in the year of the reign.
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anno urbis conditae

[ahn-noh oor-bis kohn-di-tahy; English an-oh ur-bis kon-di-tee]
Latin.
  1. in the year from the founding of the city (Rome, about 753 b.c.). Abbreviation: A.U.C.
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Historical Examples of anno

  • This famous Newton, this destroyer of the Cartesian system, died in March, anno 1727.

    Letters on England

    Voltaire

  • To Stanislaus and Anno the word "wolves" came as a stunning shock.

    Werwolves

    Elliott O'Donnell

  • Anno shouted, turning round and poking the coachman in the ribs with her umbrella.

    Werwolves

    Elliott O'Donnell

  • The morow after the feast of saint Michaell, a parlement Anno Reg.

  • The foundation of Brussels is counted from the year, anno salutis, 900.

    The Eve of All-Hallows, v. 2 of 3

    Matthew Weld Hartstonge


British Dictionary definitions for anno

anno regni

  1. in the year of the reign
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anno urbis conditae

  1. the full form of AUC
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Word Origin for anno urbis conditae

literally: in the year of the founding of the city
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