coeternal

[koh-i-tur-nl]

Origin of coeternal

1400–50; late Middle English. See co-, eternal
Related formsco·e·ter·nal·ly, adverbco·e·ter·ni·ty, noun
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coeternal

adjective
  1. existing together eternally
Derived Formscoeternally, adverb
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