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Definition of the noun Antœci
What does Antœci mean as a name of something?
- [plurale tantum] The inhabitants at two points on the globe that share a longitude and for which the sum of their degrees of latitude equals zero.
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in which the meaning of every word is explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the principles of English pronunciation, and directions to foreigners for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary by John Walker
Antœci, ân-teé'sl. s. Inhabitants rf the earth who live under the same meridian, ...
On the Basis of Websterś Counting-house Dictionary, Edition of 1829 by William L. Allison
The Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. In which the Whole Circle of Human Learning is Explained, and the Difficulties Attending the Acquisition of Every Art, Whether Liberal Or Mechanical, are Removed, in the Most Easy and Familiar Manner ... (1766)
by Wilson and Fell (Londres), Fletcher and Hodson (Cambridge)
The Antœci have exactly ...
a new and exhaustive work of reference to the English language, defining over 250,000 words, with a full account of their origin, pronunciation and use. Comprising a general encyclopaedia of art, science, invention and discovery; a gazetteer and atlas of the world; a compendious dictionary of universal biography, etc by Robert Hunter
antœci. From Gr. a » tot fcoe= living in an opposite latitude: anti = opposite to, and oikeö~to dwell ; otfcoe=a house.] Geog. & Astron.: A term applied to two persons or two communities living the one north, ...
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