anachorism

Related to anachorism: anachronism

anachorism

(əˈnækəˌrɪzəm)
n
(Physical Geography) a geographical misplacement; something located in an incongruous position. Compare anachronism
[C19: from ana- + khōros place]
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anachorism

the incorrect assignment of an event to a location; an error in geography.
See also: Places
the placing of a scene, character, event, etc., where it clearly does not belong, either for special effect or as an oversight. See also anachronism. — anachoristic, adj.
See also: Literature
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