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Senex is a Latin word literally meaning a man of old age. It may specifically refer to:
- Wise old man, an archetype
- Stock characters:
- Senex, a poem by Sir John Betjeman describing an older man's guilty, but harmless, pleasure in watching young women playing sports
- Senex, a character in the novel A Wind in the Door, a subcellular creature
- "Senex", a pen-name of Sir Alan Lascelles in 1950
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