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telluric

 [tĕ-lu´rik]
1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.

tel·lu·ric

(tĕ-lū'rik),
1. Relating to or originating in the earth.
2. Relating to the element tellurium, especially in its 6+ valence state.
[L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]

telluric

/tel·lu·ric/ (tĕ-lu´rik)
1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.

telluric

[telo̅o̅′rik]
Etymology: L, tellus, earth
pertaining to the soil and its possible pathogenic influence.

tel·lu·ric

(tĕ-lūr'ik)
1. Relating to or originating in the earth.
2. Relating to the element tellurium, especially in its 6+ valence state.
[L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]

telluric

of, relating to, or originating on or in the earth or soil.

telluric

1. pertaining to tellurium.
2. pertaining to or originating from the earth.
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