adjective ter·rene \te-ˈrēn, tə-; ˈter-ˌēn\

Definition of TERRENE

Examples of TERRENE

  1. <in the expenditure of his psychic energies, he strives to strike a balance between the celestial and the terrene>

Origin of TERRENE

Middle English, from Anglo-French terreine, terrin, Latin terrenus of earth, from terra earth
First Known Use: 14th century



Definition of TERRENE

:  earth, terrain

First Known Use of TERRENE



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