coeval [koh-ee-vuh l]
1. of the same age, date, or duration; equally old: Analysis has proved that this manuscript is coeval with that one.
2. coincident: Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were only approximately coeval.
3. a contemporary: He is more serious than his coevals.
1, 2. See contemporary.
Origin: 1595-1605; < Late Latin coaev (us) ( co- co- + -aevus, adj. derivative of aevum age) + -al
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