supercentenarian

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supercentenarian

(soo″pĕr-sen″tĕ-ner′ē-ăn) [ super- + centenarian]
1. Having lived more than 110 years.
2. A person who has lived more than 110 years.
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Tom entered the record books aged 85 as the oldest person to loop-the-loop strapped to an aircraft's wings - in aid of the British Heart Foundation and in memory of Isabel, whose photo he always carried.
Samri, who is believed to be the oldest person to ever perform Hajj, was welcomed by a number of Saudi officials.
But Ms Tanaka has a way to go before she is the oldest person ever, an achievement of a French woman, Jeanne Louise Calment, who lived to 122 years, according to Guinness World Records.
Summary: Ludhiana (Punjab) [India], Mar 7 (ANI): Kartar Kaur Sangha, 118-year-old, has registered her name in the Guinness World Record to become the oldest person to be operated upon, doctors at Satguru Partap Singh Apollo Hospital here confirmed on Thursday.
Two French scientists who validated Jeanne Calment's status as the oldest person ever to have lived, have dismissed claims by Russian researchers who say that she didn't really survive to 122.
Jeannie is believed to have been the 35th oldest person in the world.
THE world's oldest person, a 117-year-old Japanese woman, has died.
She had recently been confirmed as a double Guinness World Record holder, as oldest person and oldest woman.
She became the world's oldest person after the death in September of Violet Brown of Jamaica, also at the age of 117.
London, September 6 ( ANI ): A Chinese women who claims to be the oldest person in the world celebrated her 127th birthday on August 25.
Besse Cooper of Georgia has taken over the title of world's oldest person. She is also 114 years old, but a few months younger than Valenim.