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anno Domini

[ an-oh dom-uh-nahy, -nee, ah-noh ]
/ ˈæn oʊ ˈdɒm əˌnaɪ, -ˌni, ˈɑ noʊ /
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in the year of our Lord. Abbreviations: a.d., A.D.
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Origin of anno Domini

From Latin: annō Dominī
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British Dictionary definitions for anno Domini

anno Domini
/ (ˈænəʊ ˈdɒmɪˌnaɪ, -ˌniː) /

adverb
the full form of AD
noun
informal advancing old age

Word Origin for anno Domini

Latin: in the year of our Lord
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