from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Referring to the 1,000th anniversary of an event or happening: millennial fair.
- adj. Occurring every thousand years
- adj. Occurring at the end or beginning of a millennium
- adj. Referring to the millennium: the millennial judgment.
- n. A person from the generation which grew up in the 90's and 2000's.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the millennium, or to a thousand years
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of or relating to a thousand years; pertaining to a millennium, or specifically to the millennium: as, a millennial period; millennial expectations.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to a millennium or span of a thousand years
Certainly, it's also being driven by, you know, these, what we call the millennial generation, folks in their 20s, who have much different attitudes than the boomers did about race and gender and sexuality, and just their whole attitude is sort of beginning to be felt.
Around these cluster the magical hopes which we call millennial or chiliastic.
Worse, they are scares deliberately distributed by consulting firms and others with an interest in millennial angst.
Hence this is a leading feature in millennial blessedness (Isa 65: 20, 22). for very age -- literally, "for multitude of days."
To be realized fully in millennial times (Isa 11: 6-9). break the bow ... out of the earth -- rather, "out of the land"; that is,
"Question, is the battle of Armageddon before or after the thousand year period of time known as the millennial kingdom?"
The slight designer, clad in a somber uniform of All Saints trousers and Prada patent leather sneakers, was surprisingly calm beneath his signature coiffure and decidedly more demure than his onscreen personality who has coined millennial catchphrases such as "Fierce!" and "Hot Tranny mess."
The Wall Street Journal spoke with Mr. Nally in London where he talked about hiring and the importance of keeping the so-called millennial generation happy.
It has recently been brought to my attention that as someone in their mid twenties I am now a member of what has been referred to as the millennial generation.
The popularity of both is testament that the so-called millennial generation has not only been raised online but is becoming politicized there: 47 percent of 18 - to 24-year-olds voted in the 2004 national election, up from 36 percent in 2000, according to the Case Foundation.