PRONUNCIATION: (uh-nak-ruh-NIS-tik)

MEANING: adjective:
1. Out-of-date, old-fashioned.
2. Involving something or someone in the wrong historical period.

ETYMOLOGY: From French anachronisme, from Latin anachronismus, from Greek anakhronismos, from ana-, (backwards) + khronos (time). Earliest documented use: 1778.

ANACHONISTIC - like Luke's father

Na-CHRONISTIC - salty times

ANNA CHRONISTIC - the teacher for the Siamese King's children follows her own schedule

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