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Outopia derived from the Greek ‘ou’ for “no” and ‘-topos’ for “place,” a fictional, this means unrealistic or directly translated “Nothing, no matter what” This is the other half from Eutopia, and the two together combine to Utopia.

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  1. December 22, 2008 at 4:54 pm duncombe

    I’ve hear it translated more literally as “No Place” which I kind of like better

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