antitype (n.) Look up antitype at Dictionary.com
also anti-type, 1610s, "that which is prefigured," especially of that which in the Gospel is foreshadowed in the Old Testament, from Greek antitypos "corresponding in form" (as the impression to the die), from anti "in return, compared with, counter-" (see anti-) + typos "a model, type," literally "a blow, a mark" (see type (n.)). Related: Antitypical.