Definition for SUB-LU'NAR, or SUB'LU-NA-RY

SUB-LU'NAR, or SUB'LU-NA-RY, a. [Fr. sublunaire; L. sub and luna, the moon.]

Literally, beneath the moon; but sublunary, which is the word chiefly used, denotes merely terrestrial, earthly, pertaining to this world. All things sublunary are subject to change. – Dryden.

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