age


age
age·a·ble;
age;
age·less;
age·long;
age·net·ic;
al·ien·age;
al·loy·age;
al·tar·age;
am·per·age;
an·ec·dot·age;
ap·pend·age;
ar·rear·age;
av·er·age·ly;
av·er·age·ness;
bale·age;
bal·last·age;
bar·on·age;
bar·on·et·age;
bar·rel·age;
bea·con·age;
beam·age;
beer·age;
berth·age;
ber·til·lon·age;
bev·er·age;
blind·age;
block·age;
boat·age;
boom·age;
bor·age;
boss·age;
break·age;
brew·age;
brig·and·age;
brock·age;
bro·ker·age;
bun·ker·age;
buoy·age;
bush·el·age;
but·ler·age;
ca·reen·age;
cart·age;
cel·lar·age;
chap·er·on·age;
check·age;
clear·age;
cleav·age;
cli·ent·age;
cloud·age;
clown·age;
coin·age;
com·mon·age;
com·pan·ion·age;
con·sul·age;
con·tra·band·age;
coop·er·age;
cord·age;
cork·age;
cos·in·age;
cour·age;
cous·in·age;
cov·er·age;
cow·age;
coz·en·age;
cran·age;
creep·age;
crimp·age;
cub·age;
cull·age;
cul·vert·age;
cu·rat·age;
cu·rett·age;
dam·age·able;
dik·age;
dis·cour·age;
dis·cour·age·ment;
dis·par·age;
dis·par·age·ment;
dis·till·age;
doom·age;
dos·age;
dot·age;
drain·age;
dray·age;
drift·age;
driv·age;
ear·age;
eat·age;
en·cour·age;
en·cour·age·ment;
en·vis·age;
en·vis·age·ment;
es·cu·age;
ex·press·age;
fac·tor·age;
fault·age;
feet·age;
fell·age;
fer·ri·age;
flood·age;
floor·age;
flow·age;
flow·er·age;
fold·age;
fo·li·age;
fos·ter·age;
fraught·age;
freight·age;
frond·age;
front·age;
fruit·age;
gale·age;
gal·lon·age;
gar·den·age;
gate·age;
gav·el·age;
graft·age;
grif·fin·age;
ground·age;
har·bor·age;
haul·age;
hav·age;
hect·ar·age;
herb·age;
hid·age;
hour·age;
hus·band·age;
im·age·less;
in·ter·com·mon·age;
keel·age;
key·age;
kilo·volt·age;
knight·age;
last·age;
lay·er·age;
leaf·age;
leak·age;
lib·er·tin·age;
light·er·age;
lin·age;
link·age;
loch·age;
lock·age;
lode·man·age;
lov·age;
malax·age;
man·age·abil·i·ty;
man·age·able;
man·age·ment;
man·age·men·tal;
ma·nur·age;
mast·age;
ma·tron·age;
maund·age;
mea·sur·age;
melt·age;
met·age;
mile·age;
mill·age;
mint·age;
mock·age;
moor·age;
mor·gen·age;
nest·age;
nick·el·age;
oar·age;
ohm·age;
or·phan·age;
out·age;
oys·ter·age;
pack·age·able;
pair·age;
par·ent·age;
par·son·age;
pas·tor·age;
pas·tur·age;
pau·per·age;
pav·age;
pawn·age;
pawn·bro·ker·age;
pe·age;
ped·age;
peer·age;
pel·age;
pe·on·age;
per·cent·age;
per·cent·age·wise;
per·son·age;
pet·al·age;
pew·age;
pick·age;
pier·age;
pil·fer·age;
pi·lot·age;
pip·age;
plant·age;
plun·der·age;
pond·age;
por·ter·age;
post·age;
pres·age·ful;
pump·age;
pu·pil·age;
quar·ter·age;
quay·age;
rail·age;
ream·age;
re·ject·age;
rent·age;
re·port·age;
rom·age;
roof·age;
room·age;
root·age;
rough·age;
sack·age;
sail·age;
sav·age·dom;
sav·age·ly;
sav·age·ness;
sav·age·rous;
sav·age·ry;
scaf·fold·age;
scal·age;
scav·age;
se·cret·age;
seed·age;
seep·age;
sei·gnior·age;
serf·age;
sew·age;
sew·er·age;
sheet·age;
short·age;
shrink·age;
shroff·age;
sift·age;
silt·age;
sink·age;
si·phon·age;
slack·age;
slid·age;
small·age;
smell·age;
soak·age;
soc·age;
soil·age;
spill·age;
spin·dle·age;
splint·age;
spoil·age;
stak·age;
stall·age;
stand·age;
steal·age;
stick·age;
stock·age;
stor·age;
stow·age;
stump·age;
sub·age;
sub·till·age;
sur·plus·age;
sweep·age;
tank·age;
teach·er·age;
tear·age;
teen·age;
tel·pher·age;
tent·age;
than·age;
thirl·age;
till·age;
toll·age;
tow·age;
tron·age;
truck·age;
tub·age;
tu·tor·age;
typ·age;
um·pir·age;
un·dis·cour·age·able;
unit·age;
un·voy·age·able;
us·age;
vag·a·bond·age;
vas·sal·age;
vault·age;
vent·age;
ver·bi·age;
vic·ar·age;
vict·ual·age;
vil·len·age;
vin·age;
vis·age;
volt·age;
waft·age;
wag·on·age;
wain·age;
want·age;
warp·age;
wast·age;
wa·ter·age;
water·bail·age;
watt·age;
weed·age;
weigh·age;
weight·age;
wharf·age;
wheel·age;
whisk·er·age;
whor·age;
wind·age;
word·age;
wreck·age;
yar·age;
age·ism;
no-till·age;
sign·age;
ad·age;
an·chor·age;
av·er·age;
bond·age;
dam·age;
dock·age;
foot·age;
for·age;
gil·rav·age;
hom·age;
im·age;
lever·age;
man·age;
pack·age;
patron·age;
pil·grim·age;
pound·age;
pres·age;
rav·age;
sav·age;
sep·tu·age·nar·i·an;
steer·age;
track·age;
tri·age;
un·der·age;
voy·age;
yard·age;
age·ist;
age·less·ly;
age·less·ness;
age·ne·sia;
coz·in·age;
en·dam·age·ment;
im·pound·age;
man·age·able·ness;
man·age·ably;
plus·age;
sei·gneur·age;
sei·gnor·age;
spin·age;
tam·pon·age;
tel·fer·age;
un·man·age·able·ness;
vil·lein·age;

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  • age — [ aʒ ] n. m. • 1801; var. dial. (Poitou, Berry) de haie XIIIe, en ce sens ♦ Longue pièce horizontale à laquelle s ajustent le soc et toutes les autres pièces de la charrue. ⊗ HOM. poss. Âge. ● age nom masculin (ancien français haie, du francique… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • âge — age [ aʒ ] n. m. • 1801; var. dial. (Poitou, Berry) de haie XIIIe, en ce sens ♦ Longue pièce horizontale à laquelle s ajustent le soc et toutes les autres pièces de la charrue. ⊗ HOM. poss. Âge. ● age nom masculin (ancien français haie, du… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • âgé — age [ aʒ ] n. m. • 1801; var. dial. (Poitou, Berry) de haie XIIIe, en ce sens ♦ Longue pièce horizontale à laquelle s ajustent le soc et toutes les autres pièces de la charrue. ⊗ HOM. poss. Âge. ● age nom masculin (ancien français haie, du… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • âge — ÂGE. s. m. La durée ordinaire de la vie. L âge de l homme ne passe pas communément quatre vingts ans. L âge des chevaux n est guère que de trente ans. ⁧e d homme, signifie, L âge viril. Quand cet enfant sera parvenu à l âge d homme. Il signifie… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • age — AGE. Autrefois on escrivoit Aage. s. m. l A est long, & on met un accent circonflexe dessus. La durée ordinaire de la vie. Age d homme. il n a pas vescu âge d homme. l âge du cheval est de trente ans. Age, signifie aussi, Le temps qu il y a qu on …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Age — ([=a]j), n. [OF. aage, eage, F. [^a]ge, fr. L. aetas through a supposed LL. aetaticum. L. aetas is contracted fr. aevitas, fr. aevum lifetime, age; akin to E. aye ever. Cf. {Each}.] 1. The whole duration of a being, whether animal, vegetable, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Age d'or — Âge d or Pour les articles homonymes, voir Âge et L Âge d or (homonymie). L âge d or, par Lucas Cranach l Ancien ( …   Wikipédia en Français


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