longevous

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From Latin longaevus, from longus (long) +‎ aevum (age).

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longevous (comparative more longevous, superlative most longevous)

  1. (rare) Long-lasting, especially of life.
    Grandfather was incredibly longevous: he lived to be 105 years old.

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