a native or inhabitant of Ganymede, the largest satellite of Jupiter
Navara gave a little cry of joy and flung herself into the arms of the Ganymedean. [Ibid. 732/2] He looked at the Ganymedean inquisitively.
Moon Men in Amazing Stories Nov. 731/2
Ernst slowly raised his hands over his head in a gesture of peace, but the Ganymedian evidently did not understand, for it levelled the weapon.
Outpost on the Moon in Wonder Stories 1015/2
I know about the Korphs and the Titans and the Phobosians and the Ganymedians.
Swimming Lesson in Astounding Science-Fiction Apr. 10/2
The shelter…was jammed with people, some of them in ship suits and some of them Ganymedeans.
Farmer in Sky ix. 88
Any group of people as inventive as the Ganymedeans could be expected to show creativity in whatever field they entered.
War Game in Galaxy Science Fiction Dec. 92/2
She herself had never found anything wrong with the old nondecimal twenty-four-hour/sixty-minute/sixty-second system, although the Ganymedeans mocked it as being as old-fashioned as fathoms, feet, fortnights, and furlongs.
Cold as Ice (1993) x. 151
The Ganymedeans contract the Order [of Planetary Engineers] to adapt Callisto’s environment.
Terraforming ii. 87
Frank Breuckel, in Amazing Stories
Research HistoryDan Clore located and Alisdair Durie submitted a 1934 cite from Clark Ashton Smith's "The Plutonian Drug".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1947 cite from Henry Hasse's "Trail of the Astrogar".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1948 cite from Murray Leinster's "Space-Can".
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from a 1953 reprint of Fredric Brown's 1944 "And the Gods Laughed".
Bee Ostrowsky submitted a 1928 cite from Frank Breuckel, in Amazing Stories.
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