Definition of ultramundane in English:

ultramundane

adjective

literary
  • Existing outside the known world, the solar system, or the universe.

    ‘an ultramundane god’
    • ‘Europe's epic was surely back in the Trecento, in Dante's ultramundane city: somewhere in that great meditation on divine fiat and human ingenium might have been the sign to ward off the evil.’
    • ‘That is what the tyrannies of the twentieth century had proven - that ultramundane humanism is inevitably inhuman humanism.’
    • ‘He has so much, grandeur, his appearance is imposing and in general His Divine countenance overflows with heavenly grace and an inexpressible ultramundane beauty.’
    • ‘The presence of this entity signifies intense levels of ultramundane energies and dimensional rifts and when detected evokes the joyfully horrific.’
    • ‘The very name ‘ultramundane’ coined by Lesage makes it clear that the corpuscles are not in equilibrium with ordinary matter.’

Origin

Mid 17th century from late Latin ultramundanus, from ultra ‘beyond’ + mundanus (from mundus ‘world’).

Pronunciation

ultramundane

/ˌʌltrəˈmʌndeɪn/