adjective chthon·ic \ˈthä-nik\

Definition of CHTHONIC

:  of or relating to the underworld :  infernal <chthonic deities>

Variants of CHTHONIC

chthon·ic also chtho·ni·an \ˈthō-nē-ən\

Origin of CHTHONIC

Greek chthon-, chthōn earth — more at humble
First Known Use: 1882

Rhymes with CHTHONIC


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