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From ante- + Latin diluvium flood

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antediluvian

  1. ancient or antiquated; old; prehistoric.
  2. Supremely dated.
    Those ideas are antediluvian.
  3. Pertaining or belonging to the time period prior to a great or destructive flood or deluge
  4. Patrono:Biblical Pertaining or belonging to the time prior to Noah's Flood.

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Antediluvian

Plural
Antediluvians

Antediluvian (plural Antediluvians)
  1. One who lived prior to Noah's Flood.

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