1 the opposite of youngness [ant: youngness]
2 the opposite of newness [ant: newness]
- Portuguese: velhice
Age may refer to:
The length of time that an organism has lived:
- Agé, a god from the mythology of the Fon people; the son of Mawu-Lisa;
- One of the D'ni Ages, the fictional universe in the Myst series of games.
- Agenore Incrocci, an Italian screenwriter.
- Age (Model theory), the class of all finitely generated structures which are embeddable in a structure A in mathematics.
- âge Japanese company
- The Age is a daily newspaper published in Melbourne, Australia.
AGE is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:
- Advanced glycation endproduct, a class of spontaneously modified molecules whose modification begins with an initial glycation
- A. G. Edwards, a brokerage firm
- Agarose gel electrophoresis, a method used in molecular biology
- American Aging Association (abbreviated AGE, although not an acronym)
- Applied general equilibrium
- Arterial gas embolism
- Agricultural & General Engineers, a group of companies
oldness in German: Age
oldness in Spanish: AGE
oldness in French: AGE
oldness in Italian: AGE
oldness in Japanese: エイジ
oldness in Portuguese: Idade
advanced age, advanced years, age of retirement, an incurable disease, anility, caducity, debility, decline of life, declining years, decrepitude, dotage, eld, elderliness, feebleness, green old age, hale old age, hoary age, infirm old age, infirmity, infirmity of age, longevity, old age, pensionable age, ricketiness, ripe old age, second childhood, senectitude, senility, senior citizenship, superannuation, the downward slope, the golden years, vale of years, white hairs