subterrane

[ suhb-tuh-reyn, suhb-tuh-reyn ]
/ ˈsʌb təˌreɪn, ˌsʌb təˈreɪn /

noun

a cave or subterranean room.

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Also sub·ter·rain, sub·ter·rene [suhb-tuh-reen, suhb-tuh-reen]. /ˈsʌb təˌrin, ˌsʌb təˈrin/.

Origin of subterrane

1605–15, in sense “subterranean”; 1765–75 for current sense; <Latin subterrāneus subterranean, equivalent to sub-sub- + terr(a) earth + -āneus composite adj. suffix, equivalent to -ān(us) -an + -eus-eous
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