Definition of

Longevity

  1. (noun, attribute) duration of service
    had unusual longevity in the company
  2. (noun, attribute) the property of being long-lived

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Synonyms of Longevity

length of service, seniority

Alternate forms of Longevity

Hypernyms: longness, oldness

Origin of the word Longevity

  1. 1615, from L.L. long?vitas "great age, long life," from L. long?vus "long-lived," from longus "long" (adj.) + ?vum "lifetime, age." more

via Online Etymology Dictionary, ©2001 Douglas Harper

Words that sound like Longevity

lance-shaped, launch pad, launchpad, lens of the eye, lion's foot, long-bodied, longboat, lounge about

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