Definition of tellurian in English:

tellurian

Syllabification: tel·lu·ri·an
Pronunciation: /təˈlo͝orēən
 
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adjective

formal or literary
Of or inhabiting the earth.

noun

formal or literary Back to top  
An inhabitant of the earth.
More example sentences
  • The amount of time for us ‘tellurians’ is determined by a piece of a path by which the Sun has traversed the sky.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Latin tellus, tellur- 'earth' + -ian.

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