Origin of tellurian1
Definition for tellurian (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for tellurian
Truly you have made a notable achievement in science, Tellurian friends, and we congratulate you upon its accomplishment.Spacehounds of IPC|Edward Elmer Smith
Including the Tellurian and the Margonian, we now have forty-eight regions defined.
Roger is undoubtedly of Tellurian parentage, and the story is that his father was a moon-pirate, his mother a Greek adventuress.
They were asexual: sexless to a degree unapproached by any form of Tellurian life higher than the yeasts.
Jim, what are the Tellurian figures for exactly five hundred miles up?