senectitude


se·nec·ti·tude

noun \si-ˈnek-tə-ˌtüd, -ˌtyüd\

Definition of SENECTITUDE

:  the final stage of the normal life span

Origin of SENECTITUDE

Medieval Latin senectitudo, alteration of Latin senectus old age, from sen-, senic-, senex old, old man — more at senior
First Known Use: 1796

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