antichthon

antichthon

[an-tik-thon, -thuhn]
noun, plural antichthones [an-tik-thuh-neez] .

Origin:
1645–55; < Latin antichthonēs (plural) < Greek antíchthones the antipodes, equivalent to antí anti- + chthon- (stem of chthṓn) earth + -es plural noun suffix

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