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Coetern, a. [ME. (Chaucer) and e.m.E. (rare), L. coæternus.] Coeternal. — From baith procedis the Haly Gaist coetern; Doug. x. Prol. 82.
Denyand that Criste … was … coeterne with the fader; Boece vi. ix. 204 b.

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