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Australia and New Zealand (used by inhabitants of the northern hemisphere). The name comes (in late Middle English, via French and late Latin) from Greek antipodes ‘having the feet opposite’, from anti- ‘against’ + pous, pod- ‘foot’. The term originally denoted the inhabitants of opposite sides of the earth.

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