I never did know what widdershins meant, but most Queen's-English speakers use the term "anti-clockwise," and find "counterclockwise" to be as contrary as I find "anti-clockwise," even though both terms are perfectly good and understandable as long as you know in which direction a clock runs.
--LAN3 Fri Jan 18 18:01:38 2008
"anti-clockwise" sounds too...I dunno, harsh to me.
--Kirk Sat Jan 19 08:09:20 2008
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