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annus mirabilis

annus mirabilis

noun an·nus mi·ra·bi·lis \ˈa-nəs-mə-ˈrä-bə-ləs, ˈä-\
plural an·ni mi·ra·bi·les \ˈa-ˌnī-mə-ˈrä-bə-ˌlēz, ˈä-\

Definition of ANNUS MIRABILIS

:  a remarkable or notable year

Origin of ANNUS MIRABILIS

New Latin, literally, wonderful year
First Known Use: 1660

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