neverland

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Never +‎ land. Compare Utopia, which is semantically Ancient Greek οὐ ‎(ou, not, no) +‎ τόπος ‎(tópos, place, region).

Noun[edit]

neverland ‎(plural neverlands)

  1. An ideal or imaginary place; a dreamworld.

Usage notes[edit]

  • This term was most famously used in J.M. Barrie's Book, Peter Pan, as the name of the fictional island that the Darling children travel to with the title character.

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