English version

aeon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaeonae‧on, eon /ˈiːən/ noun [countable]  LONG TIMEan extremely long period of time
Examples from the Corpus
aeonFor an aeon of time the words meant nothing.And the cast, leaping from aeon to aeon, does a remarkable job.Minute after minute, aeon after aeon, Nothing lets up or develops.For our decade-conscious brains, an event that happens only once per aeon is so rare as to seem a major miracle.The seas powdering our bones like quartz, making sand, grinding our peace for us by the aeon.
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