antigodlin

[an-ti-god-lin]
Also an·ti·gog·lin [an-ti-gog-lin] /ˌæn tɪˈgɒg lɪn/.

Origin of antigodlin

1895–1900; perhaps anti- + gogglin, representing present participle of British dialect goggle to shake, tremble; variant with d perhaps by dissimilation, reinforced by folk etymology as “against God”
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