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The word "archaic" derives from the Greek word archaios, which means "old" and refers to the period in ancient Greek history before the classical period.What does the word archaic mean?
archaic (plural archaics) (archaeology, US, usually capitalized) A general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period (‘Paleo-Indian’, ‘Paleo-American’, ‘American‐paleolithic’, &c.) of human presence in the Western Hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period (‘Woodland’, etc.).What is the origin of the word archaic?
archaic (adj.) 1810, from or by influence of French archaique (1776), ultimately from Greek arkhaikos "old-fashioned," from arkhaios "ancient, old-fashioned, antiquated, primitive," from arkhē "beginning, origin," verbal noun of arkhein "to be the first," hence "to begin" and "to rule" (see archon ). Not merely crude, the archaic has "a rudeness and imperfection implying the promise of future advance" [Century Dictionary].What is another word for archaic?
Synonyms and Antonyms of archaic. dormant, fallow, idle, inactive, inert, inoperative, latent ancient, antediluvian, antique, dateless, fusty, musty, old oldfangled, old-fashioned, old-time, retro, vintage.