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Atlantean

[ at-lan-tee-uhn, -luhn- ]
/ ˌæt lænˈti ən, -lən- /
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adjective

pertaining to the demigod Atlas.
having the strength of Atlas: He was of monumental girth and Atlantean power.
pertaining to Atlantis.

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Origin of Atlantean

1660–70; <Latin Atlantē(us) (<Greek Atlánteios of Atlas, equivalent to Atlant-, stem of Átlās + -eios adj. suffix) + -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Atlantean

Atlantean
/ (ˌætlænˈtiːən, ætˈlæntɪən) /

adjective

literary of, relating to, or like Atlas; extremely strong
of or connected with Atlantis
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