What does Antarctica mean?
Antarctic comes via Latin from the Greek Antarktikos. Antarctica is at the opposite end of the earth from the Arctic, so, it is the Antipode of the Arctic - ANT-ARCTIC.
The word Antarctica is based in the Greek word for bear: Arctos. Arctos is the name of a constellation visible from the northern hemisphere. The northern polar region is named Arctic, after Arctos. In advance of understanding the mysteries of the opposite polar region, they named it anyway, as opposite of Arctic or Anti-Arktos, which evolved into Antarctic, the region and Antarctica, the name of the continent.
It depends what language you speak. For instance, in English, you would say "Merry Christmas", in French you would say "Joyeux Noël, and in Bulgarian, you would say "Весела Коледа". If you mean how do you say it in Antarctican, there is no official language of Antarctica, because there are no permanent residents of Antarctica, there are only scientists from different countries, stationed at bases around Antarctica.
Antarctica. Antarctica is the most southerly continent. antarctica Antarctica The continent directly south of Australia is Antarctica which has an area of approximately 14,000,000 sq km. The South Pole is located on Antarctica and there are no countries and no permanent population. Many countries have scientific research stations on Antarctica. Antarctica