An ensign or flag
- people who lived-in previous many years instead of the moderns
- Old that happened or existed in previous times often at an excellent distance period belonging to times long-past particularly applied to the times prior to the fall associated with Roman empire against present as old authors literary works record old times
- belonging to times long-past particularly of this historic duration before the fall associated with west Roman Empire
- earliest pens
- an extremely old individual
- someone who lived in old times
- Old; that happened or existed in previous times, typically at a fantastic length period; owned by times long past; specifically put on the times prior to the autumn of Roman empire; -- opposed to contemporary; as, ancient authors, literature, record; ancient times.
- Old; that's been of long extent; of long-standing; of great age; as, an ancient woodland; an old palace.
- recognized for quite a few years, or from very early times; -- against present or new; since, the old continent.
- Dignified, like an old man; magisterial; venerable.
- Skilled; versed.
- past; at some point.
- Those who lived in former ages, instead of the moderns.
- An aged guy; a patriarch. Therefore: A governor; a ruler; a individual of impact.
- A senior; an elder; a predecessor.
- one of many senior people in the Inns of legal or of Chancery.
- An ensign or banner.
- The bearer of a flag; an ensign.
Old; what features been around from an indefinitely early period, or which by age alone has obtained particular legal rights or privileges accorded in view of long continuance.
mid-14c., auncyen, from Old French ancien "old, long-standing, ancient," from Vulgar Latin *anteanus, literally "from prior to," adjectivization of Latin ante "before, before, against" (from PIE *anti "against," locative singular of *ant- "front, forehead;" see ante). The parasitic -t dates from 15c. by impact of terms in -ent. Especially, of all time, "belonging to the period prior to the fall of the west Roman Empire" (and compared with medieval and modern-day). In English law, "from before the Norman Conquest." Ancient of Days is from Dan. vii:9. Relevant: Anciently.
- "standard-bearer," 1550s, a corruption of ensign. Archaic, but preserved in Shakespeare's personality Aunchient Pistoll in "Henry V."
(a.) Old; that happened or existed in former times, usually at a good distance of time; owned by times long past; specifically placed on the times ahead of the autumn of this Roman empire; -- in opposition to modern-day; as, old writers, literary works, history; ancient times.
- (a.) Old; which has been of long length of time; of long standing; of great age; as, an old forest; an ancient castle.
- (a.) Known for quite a few years, or from very early times; -- against recent or brand new; as, the ancient continent.
- (a.) Dignified, like an aged guy; magisterial; venerable.
- (a.) Experienced; versed.
- (a.) past; at some point.
- (letter.) Those who lived-in previous centuries, instead of the moderns.
- (n.) An aged man; a patriarch. For this reason: A governor; a ruler; a person of impact.
- (n.) A senior; an elder; a predecessor.
- (letter.) Among the senior members of the Inns of legal or of Chancery.
- (letter.) An ensign or flag.
- (letter.) The bearer of a flag; an ensign.
CHAERONEIA, or Chaeronea, an ancient town of Boeotia, said by some to be the Homeric Arne, situated about 7 m.