Occidental

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Occidental means "of the Occident."

Occident is derived from a Latin word for the direction west, occidens, and is a term sometimes used to refer to the European continent. The corresponding term Oriental ("of the Orient") is of similar derivation: it is taken from the Latin for east, oriens.

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