era
noun Etymology: Late Latin aera, from Latin, counters, plural of aer-, aes copper, money — more at ore Date: 1615 1. a. a fixed point in time from which a series of years is reckoned b. a memorable or important date or event; especially one that begins a new period in the history of a person or thing 2. a system of chronological notation computed from a given date as basis 3. a. a period identified by some prominent figure or characteristic feature <
the era of the horse and buggy
>
b. a stage in development (as of a person or thing) c. a large division of geologic time usually shorter than an eon <
Paleozoic era
>
Synonyms: see period

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Synonyms:
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