Antarctogean\(ˈ)ant‧¦ärktə¦jēən also -n‧¦tär-\
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Origin and Etymology of antarctogaean
New Latin Antarctogaea, Antarctogea, a biogeographic realm (from Latin antarcticus + New Latin -o- + -gaea, -gea) + English -an
First Known Use: 1904
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