- (Greek mythology) Of or pertaining to the underworld.
- Dwelling within or under the earth.
Etymology: From Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (chthÅn) "the ground".
- The young pantheon had remanded their elders to the role of smoldering, gods; to inhabiting dark, deep places, hidden from mortal eyes and influence.
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