Etymology
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millenary (adj.)

"consisting of or containing a thousand," 1570s, from Late Latin millenarius "containing a thousand," from millenia "a thousand each," from Latin mille "thousand" (see million). As a noun, 1560s as "a believer in the (Christian) millennium;" by 1897 as "thousandth anniversary."

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Definitions of millenary
1
millenary (n.)
the 1000th anniversary (or the celebration of it);
Synonyms: millennium
millenary (n.)
a span of 1000 years;
Synonyms: millennium
millenary (n.)
a sum or aggregate of one thousand (especially one thousand years);
2
millenary (adj.)
of or relating to the doctrine of the millennium;
millenary (adj.)
relating to or consisting of 1000;
From wordnet.princeton.edu