antoeci

plural noun an·toe·ci \ an‧ˈtēˌsī \
variants: or less commonly antoecians \-shənz\

Definition of antoeci

:those who live under the same meridian but on opposite parallels of latitude equidistant north and south of the equator

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Origin and Etymology of antoeci

antoec from Late Latin from Greek antoikoi, from anti- 1anti- + oikos house; antoecians from Late Latin antoeci + English -an + -s


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