Antipathia, antipathíæ, pen. prod. Plin. Repugnancie: contrarierie of naturall qualities.Antipelargia.Mutuall chankefulnesse: remuneration.Antiperistasis.A let, restraint, or cepulsion on euery part, whereby either heate or colde is made more strong in it selfe: by the restreining of the contrary: as naturall heate in mans bodie in winter, by the colde ayre compassing it. and colde in the middle region of the ayre, by the heate on eche side thereof.Antipharmacum. Idem quod Antidotum. Antiphrasis.When a word hath a contrary meaning, as Parcæ quia nulli parcabt. Antipilani.An order of souldiours in the Romaines armie.Antipocha.A bill of ones owne hand acknowledging debt.
Lewis and Short: Latin dictionary
antĭpăthīa, ae, f., = a)ntipa/qeia, the natural aversion of two things to each other, antipathy (opp. concordia), Plin. 37, 4, 15, 59; so id. 20, 4, 13, 28; 24, 9, 41, 67 al.