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cismontane

[ sis-mon-teyn ]
/ sɪsˈmɒn teɪn /
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adjective
on this (the speaker's or writer's) side of the mountains, especially the Alps.
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Origin of cismontane

1820–30; <Latin cismontānus, equivalent to cis-cis- + montānusmontane
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British Dictionary definitions for cismontane

cismontane
/ (sɪsˈmɒnteɪn) /

adjective
on this (the writer's or speaker's) side of the mountains, esp the AlpsCompare ultramontane (def. 1)

Word Origin for cismontane

C18: from Latin cis- + montānus of the mountains, from mōns mountain
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