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aeon

(esp US), eon
1. a period of one thousand million years
2. Gnosticism one of the powers emanating from the supreme being and culminating in the demiurge

aeon

A period of one thousand million years: 109 years.

aeon

[′ē‚än]
(astronomy)
A billion (109) years. Also spelled eon.
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