contemporaneous

[kuhn-tem-puh-rey-nee-uhs]

Origin of contemporaneous

1650–60; < Latin contemporāneus, equivalent to con- con- + tempor- (stem of tempus time) + -āneus (-ān(us) -an + -eus -eous)
Related formscon·tem·po·ra·ne·i·ty [kuhn-tem-per-uh-nee-i-tee] /kənˌtɛm pər əˈni ɪ ti/, con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ness, nouncon·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverbnon·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous, adjectivenon·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverbnon·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ness, nounpre·con·tem·po·ra·ne·i·ty, nounpre·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous, adjectivepre·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverbun·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous, adjectiveun·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverbun·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ness, noun
Can be confusedcontemporary contemporaneous (see synonym study at contemporary)

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contemporaneous

adjective
  1. existing, beginning, or occurring in the same period of time
Derived Formscontemporaneity (kənˌtɛmpərəˈniːɪtɪ) or contemporaneousness, nouncontemporaneously, adverb
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Word Origin and History for non-contemporaneous

contemporaneous

adj.

1650s, from Late Latin contemporaneus "contemporary," from the same source as contemporary but with a form after Late Latin temporaneous "timely." Related: Contemporaneously; contemporaneity.

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