antidiluvian.

\ an-tih-duh-LOO-vee-uhn \, adjective;
1.Of or relating to the period before the Biblical flood.
2.Antiquated; from or belonging to a much earlier time.
noun:
1.One who lived before the Biblical flood.
2.A very old (or old-fashioned) person.
Though the word ‘antediluvian’ is old and means of old…I think it can become a new hip thing to say.  It can mean, “man, that’s so out of style.  That’s like, before the flood type old.” 
“Those are some terribly antediluvian sandals.”
“Nice antediluvian coat you have there.  Made in Ur?”
Or antediluvian could relate to how you feel one morning because you’re achey and feel ancient.  “I woke up with an enormous antediluvian backache.”   

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