Subject: Demonyms

Names of beings from specified locations.



Word Definition
Aldebaranian n. 1 (1930) a native or inhabitant of the Aldebaran system
Aldebaranian adj. (1937) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Aldebaran system or its inhabitants
Alpha Centaurian n. (1931) a native or inhabitant of the Alpha Centauri star system; cf. Centaurian n.
Alpha Centaurian adj. (1934) of or relating to the Alpha Centauri star system or its inhabitants; cf. Centaurian adj.
Belter n. (1965) a native or resident of an asteroid belt n.
Betelgeusean n. 1 (1921) a native or inhabitant of the Betelgeuse system
Betelgeusean adj. (1921) of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Betelgeuse system or its inhabitants
Callistan n. 1 (1932) a native or inhabitant of the Jovian moon Callisto; cf. slightly earlier Callistonian n.
Callistan adj. (1933) of or relating to the Jovian moon Callisto or its inhabitants; cf. slightly earlier Callistonian adj.
Callistonian n. (1930) = Callistan n. 1
Callistonian adj. (1930) = Callistan adj.
Centaurian n. (1931) a native or inhabitant of the constellation Centaurus or of a star system within it, esp. Alpha Centauri; cf. Alpha Centaurian n.
Centaurian adj. (1901) of or relating to the constellation Centaurus or one of its star systems, esp. Alpha Centauri, or its inhabitants; cf. Alpha Centaurian adj.
earther n. (1952) a native or inhabitant of Earth
Earthite n. (1814) a native or inhabitant of the planet Earth
earthling n. (1858) a native or inhabitant of Earth
earthman n. (1849) a person (esp. a man) who is a native or inhabitant of the planet Earth
earth people n. (1871) natives or inhabitants of Earth; cf. earth person n.
earth person n. (1922) a native or inhabitant of Earth; cf. earth people n.
Earthsider n. (1966) a native or inhabitant of Earth
earthwoman n. (1897) a female native or inhabitant of Earth
Europan n. 1 (1930) a native or inhabitant of the Jovian moon Europa
Europan adj. (1931) of or relating to the Jovian moon Europa or its inhabitants
galactic n. 1 (1942) an inhabitant of the galaxy; a member of a galaxy-wide civilization
Ganymedian n. (1931) a native or inhabitant of Ganymede, the largest satellite of Jupiter
Jovian n. 1 (1869) a native or inhabitant of the planet Jupiter
Jupiterian n. (1855) a native or inhabitant of the planet Jupiter
Jupiterian adj. (1907) of or pertaining to the planet Jupiter or its inhabitants
Loonie n. (1941) a native or inhabitant of the Moon; = Lunarian n.; Lunite n.; Lunarite n.
Lunarian n. (1708) a native or inhabitant of the Moon
Lunarite n. (1888) a native or inhabitant of the Moon; = Lunarian n.; Lunite n.
Lunite n. (1928) a native or inhabitant of the Moon; = Lunarian n.; Lunarite n.
Marsian n. 1 (1853) a native or inhabitant of the planet Mars; = Martian n. 1
Marsian adj. (1882) of or relating to the the planet Mars or its inhabitants; = Martian adj.
Martian n. 1 (1868) a native or inhabitant of the planet Mars; cf. earlier Marsian n. 1
Martian adj. (1873) of or relating to the the planet Mars or its inhabitants
Mercurian n. (1698) a native or inhabitant of Mercury
Neptunian n. 1 (1870) a native or inhabitant of the planet Neptune
Neptunian adj. (1849) of or relating to the the planet Neptune or its inhabitants
Plutonian n. 1 (1931) a native or inhabitant of Pluto
Saturnian n. 1 (1738) a native or inhabitant of the planet Saturn
Saturnian adj. (1675) of or relating to the the planet Saturn or its inhabitants
Sirian n. 1 (1834) a native or inhabitant of the Sirius system
Sirian adj. (1876) of or relating to the Sirius system or its inhabitants
Solarian n. 1 (1834) a native or inhabitant of Sol n. 1
Solarian n. 2 (1930) a native or inhabitant of the Earth’s solar system
Solarian adj. (1930) pertaining to Earth’s sun, solar system, or their inhabitants
Tellurian n. (1828) a native or inhabitant of Earth
Tellurian adj. (1880) of, relating to, or living on the planet Earth
Terran n. 1 (1935) a native or inhabitant of Earth