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translunar

[tran′slü·nər]
(astronomy)
Beyond the orbit of the moon.
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The term translunary, on the other hand, can be taken literally.
Less translunary and less profound are the Pastoral Scene of Boucher, who revered Watteau, and The Swing by Nicolas Lancret, who was Watteau's pupil.
Whan he first made the faire cheyne of love" (2987-8), identified as a "Prince" (2994) both "stable" and "eteme" (3004) -- in other words, the celestial principle and Oneness beyond the translunary spheres of the planets.