antre

[an-ter]
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Origin of antre

1595–1605; < Middle French < Latin antrum. See antrum
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Related Words for antre

cavern, cavity, chamber, den, hollow, antre, subterrane

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Historical Examples of antre

  • Note the antithesis in the same line, antre de rois, Louvre de voleurs.

  • Antre is a generic term for cave, and as trou means hole, the word antrou is also equivalent to old hole.

    Archaic England

    Harold Bayley


British Dictionary definitions for antre

antre

noun
  1. archaic a cavern or cave

Word Origin for antre

C17: from French, from Latin antrum, from Greek antron
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