[əˈnæθ(ɪ)məˈvɪtə] is explained as a compound word which consists of two simple words: “anathema” (derives from Ancient Greek: ἀνάθεμα, anáthema, meaning “an offering” or “anything dedicated”, itself derived from the verb ἀνατίθημι, anatíthēmi, meaning “to offer up”) and “vitae” (derives from Latin: vīta, meaning “life”). In English, the name can be interpreted as “the curse (minding the obsolete meaning of the word “anathema”, having a minimal relation directly to the church) of life”, “curse by living”, “condemnation to perpetual (perishable) existence”, etc. Common abbreviations: Anathema, An(n).
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