- terra alba,
- terra cotta,
- terra firma,
- terra incognita,
- terra mater
Origin of terra
Examples from the Web for terra
Here are five books that make the terra slightly less incognita.
I also like Terra Kulture, a cultural center in Victoria Island, the restaurant there makes a nice smoothie called 'Go Slow.'
Even the Italian government now refers to the area as the “terra di tumori” or “land of tumors.”Italy’s Triangle Of Death: Naples Residents Blame Child Cancer Rates On Mob Disposal Of Toxic Chemicals|Barbie Latza Nadeau|November 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Alcatraz and Terra Nova did not live past 13 episodes and Fringe had to fight to make to it to five seasons.‘Almost Human’ Review: A Dystopian Future That We’ve Seen Before|Chancellor Agard|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If Groupon was Battletoads, it would be like I made it all the way to the Terra Tubes without dying on my first ever play through.
Scotland, so far as regards the sporting of the far north, was then almost a terra incognita.Twenty-Six Years Reminiscences of Scotch Grouse Moors|William Alexander Adams
The pottery and the idols made of terra cotta show a high degree of perfection.The Battle and the Ruins of Cintla|Daniel G. Brinton
I presume, from the collection of Brydges and Anderson, Chiloe is pretty well-known, and southward begins a terra incognita.More Letters of Charles Darwin|Charles Darwin
His first action on getting back to the asteroid would be to recommend Santos' promotion to Terra base.Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet|Harold Leland Goodwin
Mr. Henley purchased his ticket, resolved to take the first train for this terra incognita of Virginia.The Ghost of Guir House|Charles Willing Beale
Word Origin for terra
Latin, literally "earth" (see terrain).