Pronounced: MIM-zee, adj
Notes: I guess I’ve seen this word, but I don’t remember it
The word telluric means “coming out of, or proceeding from, the soil or earth”
The word came into English in the mid-1800s
Background / Comments
Our word comes from the Latin word tellūr, which is the stem of tellūs (earth). In hindsight, I should have recognized the root and deduced the meaning of the word.