teleportage n.

= teleportation n.



  • 1936 ‘M. Leinster’ Incredible Invasion in Astounding Stories Nov. 100/1 page image Murray Leinster bibliography

    He wrote books…listing mysterious disappearances and appearances, people vanishing under impossible conditions. He thought it was what he called teleportage—carrying to a distant place.

  • 1951 ‘J. Wyndham’ Pawley's Peepholes in Science-Fantasy Winter 5 page image John Wyndham bibliography

    If there could be teleportation, or teleportage, or whatever it is.

  • 2010 J. Boss Human Consciousness of God in the Book of Job xiv. 158

    There is no fantasy, as there is in the teleportage of science fiction.

Research requirements

any evidence 1936

Earliest cite

Murray Leinster, in Astounding

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