seculum

seculum

(ˈsɛkjʊləm)
n, pl -la (-lə)
an age or period of time in astronomy or geology
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Se introduce una nueva lectura <<secular>> en el sentido de historia vivida en nuestro seculum.
Tertio de discrimine sabati figuralis et vefi, Iudaici et Christiani, et quod oporteat omnes, quotquot salvi esse velint, hic sabathum ingredi Christiani per fidem, quod Osvaldus in aliud seculum reservat," text published in Jurgen Kaiser, Ruhe der Seek und Siegel der Hoffnung.
The humble entrance of the Omnipotent into the closed circle of the seculum was the definitive act of creative destruction.
Nunc ergo, fratres karissimi, in omnium primordiis sanctorum nobis nominate, laudare et glorificare condecet eum qui cunctos condidit sanctos, per quem omnia facta sunt, per quem cuncta subsistunt elymenta, cuius maiestas nec incipit nec desinit in seculum, ut merito omnis principium ac finis creature nominatur, ut de eo per quendam prudentem dictum est: "Omnis sapientia a domino deo est et cure illo fuit semper et est ante euum.
seculum XVI, Mexico, Organizacion de Agustinos de America Latina, 1993.
Una antologia poetica de autores en lengua latina que lleva por titulo Collectio pisaurensis o mnium poematum, carminum, fragmentorum latinorum sive ad christianos, sive ad ethnicos, sive ad certos, sive ad incertos poetas, a prima Latinae linguae aetate ad sextum usque christianum seculum et longobardorum in Italiam adventum pertinens .
2 Omnium uanitatum mundialium precipuus exprobrator, presens seculum relinquendum, futurum proclamabat ab omnibus affectandum.
Also characteristic of most antiphons is the ending "EUOUAE" These are the vowels present in the phrase "Et in seculum seculorum, amen" and the notes indicated in most modern editions show where the note changes should occur.
For the early Christians, seculum, the Latin word from which secular is derived, simply differentiated between institutions of government and the province of spirituality, dividing the temporal from the eternal realm.
Sabine Barles et Andre Guillerme, Gestion des circulations: seculum miserabile (Paris; Centre d'histoire des techniques, 2003).
Yet in this plot overview, Hrotsvit remains strangely silent about agency in her description of Mary's initial loss of virginity: "corrupta virginitate seculum repetiit" (her virginity having been corrupted, she returned to the world [translation mine]).
Seculum per e breuem deberet notari, quoniam a sequor uel ut placet Varoni a sene deriuatum est.