the worship of all aspects of nature; nature as a whole considered to be the source of universal consciousness and energy; various forms and traditions involving this
Celtic Druidism, Gaia, Native American religion, Paganism, Shamanism, Shintoism, Wicca, and witchcraft are earth-based religions.
[urth-bawrn] /ˈɜrθˌbɔrn/ adjective 1. on or sprung from the ; of earthly origin. 2. mortal; human. /ˈɜːθˌbɔːn/ adjective (mainly poetic) 1. of earthly origin 2. human; mortal
[urth-bound] /ˈɜrθˌbaʊnd/ adjective 1. firmly set in or attached to the . 2. limited to the or its surface. 3. having only earthly interests. 4. lacking in imagination or sophistication: earthbound prose. [urth-bound] /ˈɜrθˌbaʊnd/ adjective 1. headed for the : an earthbound meteorite. /ˈɜːθˌbaʊnd/ adjective 1. confined to the earth 2. lacking in imagination; pedestrian […]
[urth] /ɜrθ/ noun 1. (often initial capital letter) the planet third in order from the sun, having an equatorial diameter of 7926 miles (12,755 km) and a polar diameter of 7900 miles (12,714 km), a mean distance from the sun of 92.9 million miles (149.6 million km), and a period of revolution of 365.26 days, […]
[ur-thuh n] /ˈɜr θən/ adjective 1. composed of . 2. . /ˈɜːθən/ adjective (prenominal) 1. made of baked clay: an earthen pot 2. made of earth adj. early 13c., “made of earth;” see earth + -en (2). Not attested in Old English (where eorðen meant “of or in the earth”). Cognate of Old High German […]