- A word which has the opposite meaning to another, although not necessarily in all its senses.
"rich" is an of "poor"; "full" is an of "empty".
Etymology: From Ancient Greek (polytonic, á-) (anti) "opposite" and -onym < (polytonic, á) (onuma) "name", Aeolic dialect < (polytonic, á) (onoma) "name"
- Dutch: antoniem(nl, tegendeel, n, n(nl, tegengestelde), t+, nl)n
- French: (t, fr, antonyme, m)
- German: Antonym
- Spanish: antónimo(es)m
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