adjective An·yath·i·an \(ˈ)än¦yathēən\

Definition of Anyathian

  1. :  of or belonging to a lower Paleolithic culture of Burma and Thailand characterized by distinctive chopping tools

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Origin and Etymology of anyathian

Burmese əɲà ðá “person from upriver, inhabitant of Upper Burma” (from əɲà “upriver, upcountry” + ðá “person, member”) + -ian

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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