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Ancient- Definition:an·cient [áynsh?nt] adjective  1.  old: very old  2.  of distant past: belonging to the distant past, especially to the time before the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in ad 476    noun (plural an·cients)  1.  somebody from past civilization: a member of a civilization of the distant past  2.  somebody of advanced years: a very mature or venerable person    an·cients, plural noun  1.  people of ancient Western civilizations: the people who lived in one of the ancient civilizations, especially Greece and Rome  2.  ancient Greek and Roman authors: the authors of ancient Greece and Rome, whose writings form the basis of the classics as a subject of study    [14th century. Via French ancien < assumed Vulgar Latin anteanus < Latin ante

Ancient- Definition:

an·cient [áynsh?nt] adjective 1. old: very old 2. of distant past: belonging to the distant past, especially to the time before the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in ad 476 noun (plural an·cients) 1. somebody from past civilization: a member of a civilization of the distant past 2. somebody of advanced years: a very mature or venerable person an·cients, plural noun 1. people of ancient Western civilizations: the people who lived in one of the ancient civilizations, especially Greece and Rome 2. ancient Greek and Roman authors: the authors of ancient Greece and Rome, whose writings form the basis of the classics as a subject of study [14th century. Via French ancien < assumed Vulgar Latin anteanus < Latin ante "before"] -an·cient·ly, adverb -an·cient·ness, noun

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