Origin of coeval
Related formsco·e·val·i·ty [koh-i-val-i-tee] /ˌkoʊ ɪˈvæl ɪ ti/, nounco·e·val·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for coeval
One circumstance seems to prove them to be coeval with the very infancy of Christianity in Scotland.Fragments Of Ancient Poetry|James MacPherson
That such things were coeval is not so astonishing as it may seem.A Literary History of the English People|Jean Jules Jusserand
The type-printing telegraph was coeval with the dial, and originated with Morse and Vail as early as 1837.Inventions in the Century|William Henry Doolittle
They were coeval with the Asuras whom they braved in battle, and were located in their homestead.
The Main Street is still youthful; the coeval man is in his latest age.Main Street|Nathaniel Hawthorne