Apyrina: noun. adjective.

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Proposition for a new word. Currently, there is no antonym for the word "Substance".

Submitted: May 04, 2014

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Apyrina, n., and adj. 

Prononciation: U.S.: / '? 'pa? 'ri 'na /

Etymology:< originating from the Greek word for "core" with a negative prefix added; pyrinas > 

A. n.

1. 

a. Not of substance.

b. A subject that is not of similar substance as its comparision.

Apyrinal adj.

Prononciation: U.S.: /?? ?pa? ?ri ?n?l/

Etymology:  

A. adj.

1.

a. A subject lacking in substance or matter. 


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