The word "utopia" actually has two interpretations as a result of its syntactical form. It is comprised of two Greek words "eu" and "topos". "Topos" means place in Greek. However, "eu" has two different meanings. On one hand, it means "good". It is where it gets the common definition of "utopia" as a good place. On the other hand, "eu" also means "none" or a negation of the word it follows. Hence, "utopia" can also be understood to mean as no-place or no such place. There are details in Thomas More's book where he may convey "utopia" to mean there's no such place. One of those details is when he describes certain buildings of the utopia that are measured in a certain but turns out to be impossible to design in real life.