Definitions for juvenalˈdʒu və nl
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ju•ve•nalˈdʒu və nl(n.)
(Decimus Junius Juvenalis) a .d . c60–140, Roman satirical poet.
Ju•ve•na•li•anˌdʒu vəˈneɪ li ən(adj.)
Juvenal, Decimus Junius Juvenalis(noun)
Roman satirist who denounced the vice and folly of Roman society during the reign of the emperor Domitian (60-140)
A juvenal bird.
Of a young bird, that has its first flying plumage.
Origin: From iuvenalis, from iuvenis.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a celebrated Latin poet and satirist, born at Aquinum; a friend of Martial and contemporary of Statius and Quintilian; his satires, 16 in number, are written in indignant scorn of the vices of the Romans under the Empire, and in the descriptions of which the historian finds a portrait of the manners and morals of the time (42-120).