Secular: adj. (word coming from the Latin sæcularis, from sæculum “century”).
The adjective “secular” has several meanings:
1. In expressions drawn from Latin) Didactic: Which takes place every hundred years.
Secular year, the one that ends the century.
2. Literary meaning: Which dates back a century, which has lasted for a century (centenary).
A secular oak tree.
Which exists, lasts for centuries.
Habits, secular tradition.
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