User:Anachronist

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Etymology[edit]

Combined from Latin anachronismus < From ἀναχρονισμός (anakhronismós, in the wrong time) < ἀνά (aná, backwards) + χρονίζω (khronízō, to be located in time), and from Old French -iste and Latin -ista.

Noun[edit]

  1. One who follows a principle of seeming to belong to a different time.
  2. One interested in things erroneously dated or belonging to a different time.
  3. A person who uses something meant to be used in a different era of civilization.
  4. A person who holds prejudiced views against modern-day things.

Which one am I? Your guess is as good as anybody's.

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