Extramundane
Extramundane Ex`tra*mun"dane, a. [L. extramundanus; extra + mundus world.] Beyond the material world. ``An extramundane being.'' --Bp. Warburton. [1913 Webster]

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  • extramundane — [eks΄trəmun′dān΄] adj. [LL extramundanus: see EXTRA & MUNDANE] outside the physical world; not of this world …   English World dictionary

  • extramundane — adjective Etymology: Late Latin extramundanus, from Latin extra + mundus the world Date: 1665 situated in or relating to a region beyond the material world …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • extramundane — /ek streuh mun dayn , mun dayn/, adj. beyond our world or the material universe. [1655 65; < LL extramundanus beyond the world. See EXTRA , MUNDANE] * * * …   Universalium

  • extramundane — adjective /ekstrəmʌndeɪn/ a) Beyond mundane, beyond ordinary. b) Extraterrestrial; occurring or originating outside of the Earth …   Wiktionary

  • extramundane — Synonyms and related words: Elysian, Olympian, airy, alien, arcane, asomatous, astral, beatific, beatified, blessed, bodiless, celestial, decarnate, decarnated, discarnate, disembodied, eerie, esoteric, ethereal, exterrestrial, exterritorial,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • extramundane — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Of, coming from, or relating to forces or beings that exist outside the natural world: extrasensory, metaphysical, miraculous, preternatural, superhuman, supernatural, superphysical, supersensible, transcendental …   English dictionary for students

  • extramundane — adj. outside and past our material world or universe, not part of the physical world …   English contemporary dictionary

  • extramundane — [ɛkstrə mʌndeɪn] adjective rare beyond the physical world …   English new terms dictionary

  • extramundane — ex·tra·mundane …   English syllables

  • extramundane — ex•tra•mun•dane [[t]ˌɛk strə mʌnˈdeɪn, ˈmʌn deɪn[/t]] adj. of or pertaining to regions beyond the material world • Etymology: 1655–65; < LL extrāmundānus. See extra , mundane …   From formal English to slang

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