7. ages Informal. An extended period of time: left ages ago.
aged, aging, ages
age out Informal
To reach an age, 18 or 21 years, for example, at which one is no longer eligible for certain special services, such as education or protection, from the state.
[Middle English, from Old French aage, from Vulgar Latin *aetāticum, from Latin aetās, aetāt-, age.]