Etymology
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juvenal (n.)

1580s, "a younth, a young man, a juvenile," from noun use of Latin iuvenalis "youthful, suitable for young persons," from iuvenis "young man" (see young (adj.)). The Roman satirist is Decimius Junius Juvenalis. As an adjective from 1630s.

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Definitions of juvenal

Juvenal (n.)
Roman satirist who denounced the vice and folly of Roman society during the reign of the emperor Domitian (60-140);
Synonyms: Decimus Junius Juvenalis
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