terrene

  • 1Terrene — (2001 present) is a Seattle based musical project fronted by songwriter John Dylan. Experimenting with lush soundscapes, guitar effects, samples, and pop structures, Terrene has featured a rotating lineup over the years with Dylan being the only… …

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  • 2Terrene — Ter*rene , a. [L. terrenus, fr. terra the earth. See {Terrace}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the earth; earthy; as, terrene substance. Holland. [1913 Webster] 2. Earthy; terrestrial. [1913 Webster] God set before him a mortal and immortal life, a… …

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  • 3Terrene — Ter*rene , n. [L. terrenum land, ground: cf. F. terrain.] 1. The earth s surface; the earth. [Poetic] [1913 Webster] Tenfold the length of this terrene. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. (Surv.) The surface of the ground. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4Terrene — Ter*rene , n. A tureen. [Obs.] Walpole. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5terrene — index mundane Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6terrene — 14c., ultimately from L. terrenus, from terra earth (see TERRAIN (Cf. terrain)) …

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  • 7terrené — Terrené. Ronsard. E terra natus, Terrigena. Les geants terrenés …

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  • 8terrene — [tə rēn′, ter′ēn΄] adj. [ME < L terrenus: see TERRAIN] 1. of earth; earthy 2. worldly; mundane n. 1. the earth 2. a land or territory …

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  • 9terrene — adjective /tɛˈriːn/ pertaining to the earth; earthly, terrestrial, worldly as opposed to heavenly , 1922: Arius, warring his life long upon the consubstantiality of the Son with the Father, and Valentine, spurning Christ’s terrene body, and the… …

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  • 10terrene — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French terreine, terrin, Latin terrenus of earth, from terra earth Date: 14th century mundane, earthly II. noun Date: 1667 earth, terrain …

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  • 11terrene — terrenely, adv. /te reen , teuh , ter een/, adj. 1. earthly; worldly. 2. earthy. n. 3. the earth. 4. a land or region. [1300 50; ME < L terrenus pertaining to earth. See TERRA] * * * …

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  • 12terrene — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Relating to or characteristic of the earth or of human life on earth: earthbound, earthen, earthly, earthy, mundane, secular, tellurian, telluric, temporal, terrestrial, worldly. See BODY, CULTURE, PLACE …

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  • 13terrene — adj. Alys. 5685 …

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  • 14terrene — [tɛ ri:n] adjective archaic 1》 of or like earth.     ↘occurring on or inhabiting dry land. 2》 worldly. Origin ME: from Anglo Norman Fr., from L. terrenus, from terra earth …

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  • 15terrene — a. 1. Earthy, of earth. 2. Earthly, terrestrial, worldly …

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  • 16terrene — ter·rene …

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  • 17terrene — ter•rene [[t]tɛˈrin, tə , ˈtɛr in[/t]] adj. 1) earthly; worldly 2) earthy 3) the earth 4) a land or region • Etymology: 1300–50; ME &LT; L terrēnus pertaining to earth or dry land, der. ofterra ter•rene′ly, adv …

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  • 18terrene — /ˈtɛrin/ (say tereen) adjective 1. earthly; worldly. 2. earthy. –noun 3. the earth. 4. a land or region. {Middle English, from Latin terrēnus relating to earth} …

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  • 19terrene —   a. pertaining to or consisting of earth; mundane …

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  • 20terrene — adj. 1 of the earth; earthy, worldly. 2 of earth, earthy. 3 of dry land; terrestrial. Etymology: ME f. AF f. L terrenus f. terra earth …

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