See also: Anti, anti-, and antî-

English

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 anti on Wikipedia

Etymology

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Conversion of the prefix anti- to an adjective.

Pronunciation

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Adjective

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anti (comparative more anti, superlative most anti)

  1. Opposed to something.
  2. (physical chemistry) That has a torsion angle between 90° and 180°

Coordinate terms

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  • (chemistry): syn

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Noun

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anti (plural antis)

  1. A person opposed to a concept or principle.
    Synonyms: opponent, opposer
    • 2002, Thomas Jablonsky, “Female Opposition: The Anti-Suffrage Campaign”, in Jean H. Baker, editor, Votes for Women: The Struggle for Suffrage Revisited (Viewpoints on American culture), Oxford University Press, →ISBN, page 121:
      On one occasion, franchise supporters accused antis of dumping lemons, wet sponges, rolls of ticker tape, bags of water, and garbage pails on innocent suffrage supporters parading outside the anti-suffrage offices.
    • 2012, H. Paul Thompson, Jr., A Most Stirring and Significant Episode: Religion and the Rise and Fall of Prohibition in Black Atlanta, 1865–1887, page 222:
      Antis jumped on this announcement, calling it vote buying and indicative of the hypocrisy of prohibitionists who talked incessantly in the first election about the immorality of the antis' vote-buying efforts.
  2. (fandom slang, often derogatory) A fan who objects to a particular creator, franchise, fandom, character, ship, etc., especially on moral or sociopolitical grounds.
    Synonyms: fancop, fandomentalist, fandom Frollo, fanpol, fanti, Frollo
    • 2018, Sarah Leiser, "Throne of Fans: Examining the Roles of Feminism, Platform, and Community in an Online Fandom", thesis submitted to the University of Denver, page 94:
      While I did not directly analyze how the antis define feminism, it appears that they believe Sarah J Maas as an author is a white feminist and therefore unable to write anything feminist.
    • 2019, Emily E. Roach, "Supernatural: Wincest and Dean Winchester's Bisexual Panic", in "From Canon to Politics: Queerbaiting and The CW's Supergirl", in Queerbaiting and Fandom: Teasing Fans Through Homoerotic Possibilities (ed. Joseph Brennan), page 89:
      Other fans or viewers are thus not coded as fans but instead positioned as either homophobic, angry "antis" (even if they ship Johnlock or other queer ships) or as the outsider "casuals" who aren't dedicated or smart or invested enough to properly interpret Sherlock.
    • 2021, Rebecca Williams, A Fan Studies Primer: Method, Research, Ethics[1], page 72:
      The VLD fandom especially has cultivated a definition of antis as ones against a moral or societal ill (e.g., pedophilia, incest).
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:anti.

Antonyms

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Translations

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Preposition

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anti

  1. (rare) Alternative form of anti-
    • 2000, Bill Oddie, Gripping Yarns, page 21:
      I do not consider myself either a twitcher or an expert. Neither am I anti twitching.

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Finnish

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Etymology

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antaa +‎ -i. Cognate with Estonian and.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɑnti/, [ˈɑ̝n̪t̪i]
  • Rhymes: -ɑnti
  • Syllabification(key): an‧ti

Noun

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anti

  1. (finance) offering, issue (of shares, bonds etc).
  2. the achieved outcome or result (of a meeting etc.)

Declension

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Inflection of anti (Kotus type 5*J/risti, nt-nn gradation)
nominative anti annit
genitive annin antien
partitive antia anteja
illative antiin anteihin
singular plural
nominative anti annit
accusative nom. anti annit
gen. annin
genitive annin antien
partitive antia anteja
inessive annissa anneissa
elative annista anneista
illative antiin anteihin
adessive annilla anneilla
ablative annilta anneilta
allative annille anneille
essive antina anteina
translative anniksi anneiksi
abessive annitta anneitta
instructive annein
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of anti (Kotus type 5*J/risti, nt-nn gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative antini antini
accusative nom. antini antini
gen. antini
genitive antini antieni
partitive antiani antejani
inessive annissani anneissani
elative annistani anneistani
illative antiini anteihini
adessive annillani anneillani
ablative anniltani anneiltani
allative annilleni anneilleni
essive antinani anteinani
translative annikseni anneikseni
abessive annittani anneittani
instructive
comitative anteineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative antisi antisi
accusative nom. antisi antisi
gen. antisi
genitive antisi antiesi
partitive antiasi antejasi
inessive annissasi anneissasi
elative annistasi anneistasi
illative antiisi anteihisi
adessive annillasi anneillasi
ablative anniltasi anneiltasi
allative annillesi anneillesi
essive antinasi anteinasi
translative anniksesi anneiksesi
abessive annittasi anneittasi
instructive
comitative anteinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative antimme antimme
accusative nom. antimme antimme
gen. antimme
genitive antimme antiemme
partitive antiamme antejamme
inessive annissamme anneissamme
elative annistamme anneistamme
illative antiimme anteihimme
adessive annillamme anneillamme
ablative anniltamme anneiltamme
allative annillemme anneillemme
essive antinamme anteinamme
translative anniksemme anneiksemme
abessive annittamme anneittamme
instructive
comitative anteinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative antinne antinne
accusative nom. antinne antinne
gen. antinne
genitive antinne antienne
partitive antianne antejanne
inessive annissanne anneissanne
elative annistanne anneistanne
illative antiinne anteihinne
adessive annillanne anneillanne
ablative anniltanne anneiltanne
allative annillenne anneillenne
essive antinanne anteinanne
translative anniksenne anneiksenne
abessive annittanne anneittanne
instructive
comitative anteinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative antinsa antinsa
accusative nom. antinsa antinsa
gen. antinsa
genitive antinsa antiensa
partitive antiaan
antiansa
antejaan
antejansa
inessive annissaan
annissansa
anneissaan
anneissansa
elative annistaan
annistansa
anneistaan
anneistansa
illative antiinsa anteihinsa
adessive annillaan
annillansa
anneillaan
anneillansa
ablative anniltaan
anniltansa
anneiltaan
anneiltansa
allative annilleen
annillensa
anneilleen
anneillensa
essive antinaan
antinansa
anteinaan
anteinansa
translative annikseen
anniksensa
anneikseen
anneiksensa
abessive annittaan
annittansa
anneittaan
anneittansa
instructive
comitative anteineen
anteinensa

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Further reading

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Garo

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Etymology

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Noun

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anti (A·chik)

  1. week
  2. market

Iban

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [antiəʔ]
  • Hyphenation: an‧ti
  • Rhymes: -ti

Verb

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anti

  1. to wait

Italian

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈan.ti/
  • Rhymes: -anti
  • Hyphenation: àn‧ti

Adverb

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anti (obsolete)

  1. Alternative form of ante (all senses)
    • 13th century, Guido Guinizelli, Al cor gentil rempaira sempre amore (Gianfranco Contini, Poeti del Duecento, Riccardo Ricciardi (1960), vol. 2, p.461):
      [...] né fe’ amor anti che gentil core
      né gentil core anti ch’amor, natura: [...]
      [...] neither before the gentle heart was Love
      nor Love ere gentle heart by Nature made: [...]
    • 1282, Restoro d'Arezzo, La composizione del mondo colle sue cascioni, Accademia della Crusca, published 1976, page 174:
      [...] sapemo bene che l'acqua non se stregne e ghiacia e·lloco caldo, anti se ghiacia e·lloco là o' non pò lo sole, molto fredissimo [...]
      [...] we know well that water does not contract and freeze in a hot place, rather it freezes in a very cold place, where the Sun cannot [reach] [...]

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Lithuanian

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Noun

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añti

  1. vocative singular of añtis (bosom)

Old High German

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Alternative forms

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Conjunction

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anti

  1. and

References

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  1. Joseph Wright, An Old High German Primer, Second Edition

Portuguese

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Pronunciation

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  • Hyphenation: an‧ti

Adjective

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anti (invariable)

  1. (chemistry) anti (that has a torsion angle between 90° and 180°)

Quechua

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Adjective

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anti

  1. eastern

Noun

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anti

  1. east

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  • (compass points)
chincha
kunti   anti
urin
qulla

Spanish

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Etymology

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From anti-.

Adjective

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anti (invariable)

  1. anti-, opposing

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Swahili

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English aunt.[1]

Noun

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anti (ma class, plural maanti)

  1. (informal) A form of address to a woman.
    Synonym: sista

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  1. ^ Reuster-Jahn, Uta (2023) “Lugha ya Mitaani, Gender Stereotypes and Sexism. “Catcalling” as a Communicative Practice of Male Youths in Urban Public Spaces in Tanzania”, in Taiwo Oloruntoba-Oju, editor, Gendered Dichotomies in African Youth Language and Language Practices: Urban and Rural Spaces, Virtual and Real-Life Gendered Discourses, Stuttgart: Ibidem, →ISBN, page 132 of 129-159:Only the LyM address terms for young women anti (from English “aunt”) and sista (from English “sister”), which are taken from the source domain of kinship-relations, are respectful.

Tok Pisin

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Etymology

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From English auntie.

Noun

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anti

  1. aunt (polite term for any woman a generation older than oneself)

Torres Strait Creole

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Etymology

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From English aunty, auntie.

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anti

  1. paternal aunt; one's father's sister

Welsh

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English auntie.

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Noun

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anti f (plural antis)

  1. aunt
    Synonyms: bopa, modryb

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Mutation

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Welsh mutation
radical soft nasal h-prothesis
anti unchanged unchanged hanti
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

References

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  • R. J. Thomas, G. A. Bevan, P. J. Donovan, A. Hawke et al., editors (1950–present), “anti”, in Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru Online (in Welsh), University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies

Yoruba

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Etymology

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Borrowed from English auntie.

Pronunciation

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IPA(key): /à.ŋ̀.tí/

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àǹtí

  1. auntie, a term of familiarity or respect for a middle-aged or elderly woman.