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Ju·ve·nal

 (jo͞o′və-nəl) Originally Decimus Junius Juvenalis. ad 60?-140?
Roman satirist whose works denounced the corruption and extravagance of the privileged classes in Rome.
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juvenal

(ˈdʒuːvɪnəl)
adj
(Zoology) ornithol a variant spelling (esp US) of juvenile4

Juvenal

(ˈdʒuːvɪnəl)
n
(Biography) Latin name Decimus Junius Juvenalis. ?60–?140 ad, Roman satirist. In his 16 verse satires, he denounced the vices of imperial Rome
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Ju•ve•nal

(ˈdʒu və nl)

n.
(Decimus Junius Juvenalis) A.D. c60–140, Roman satirical poet.
Ju•ve•na•li•an (ˌdʒu vəˈneɪ li ən) adj.
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Noun1.Juvenal - Roman satirist who denounced the vice and folly of Roman society during the reign of the emperor Domitian (60-140)Juvenal - Roman satirist who denounced the vice and folly of Roman society during the reign of the emperor Domitian (60-140)
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We later contacted his wife who told us he didn't get home," said bandmate Juvenalis Amonde.
Klassieke werke soos die van die Romeinse satirikus Juvenalis en die Romeinse digter Horatius (bl.
Juvenalis Mutalemwa Ndaula, Andrew Kenneth Rabka, Stephanie M.
Junii Juvenalis Satirae Xvi / ad fidem editionis Rupertinae accurate expressae ; quibus adjiciuntur Auli Persii Flacci Satirae Vi, a Koenigio concinnatae, Londini: Sumptu J.