Complete Definition of "mundane"

English

Etymology
Latin mundus (âworldâ)

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-eɪn|-eɪn

Adjective
en-adj

  1. worldly, profane, as opposed to heavenly
  2. ordinary; not new
  3. tedious; repetitive and boring

Synonyms
worldly
routine

Translations
trans-top|worldly
Estonian: maine
Finnish: t|fi|maallinen
German: weltlich
trans-mid
Norwegian: verdslig
Portuguese: mundano
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trans-top|ordinary
Estonian: tavaline
Finnish: t|fi|tavanomainen, t|fi|tavallinen
German: alltäglich
trans-mid
Norwegian: alminnelig, repeterende
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trans-top|tedious
Finnish: t|fi|ikävä, t|fi|tylsä
trans-mid
Norwegian: kjedelig
trans-bottom

ttbc-top
French: prosaïque
Hungarian: földi (1,2), hétköznapi (2,3)
trans-bottom

Noun
en-noun|-

  1. context|after âtheâ earthly, ordinary objects and concerns
  2. rfv-sense context|after âtheâ non-magical things
  3. rfv-sense context|esoteric psychology|Pagan|Wiccan|after âtheâ the reinterpretation of any practice or knowledge system that reduces its spiritual, ritualistic, or magical value.

Translations
trans-top|ordinary objects and concerns
Finnish: t|fi|maallinen
trans-mid
trans-bottom

Related terms
mundanely
mundaneness

See also
Wikipedia:Mundane Wikipedia article on the use of âmundaneâ as a derogatory term.

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