vicenarian

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin vicenārius (of or containing twenty), from vigintī (twenty) +‎ -an

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  • IPA(key): /vɪsəˈnɛɹiən/

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vicenarian (not comparable)

  1. Between the ages of 20 and 29, inclusive. In one's third decade.

Noun[edit]

vicenarian (plural vicenarians)

  1. A person whose age is between twenty and twenty-nine years, inclusive; someone in his or her twenties. Someone in his or her third decade.

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