Antetype



an earlier form; prototype.
Historical Examples

The spirit inherited from some remote Hambletonian antetype flames in his nostrils.
The Army Mule and Other War Sketches Henry A. Castle

As he learnt to see through Nature to her antetype, so he learnt to see through physical beauty.
William Blake Charles Gardner

noun
an earlier form; prototype

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