extramundane

adjective
ex·​tra·​mun·​dane | \ˌek-strə-ˌmən-ˈdān, -ˈmən-ˌdān\

Definition of extramundane 

: situated in or relating to a region beyond the material world

First Known Use of extramundane

1665, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for extramundane

Late Latin extramundanus, from Latin extra + mundus the world

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