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+ Earth person
Earthperson ( plural Earthpersons or ) Earthpeople
( usually science fiction ) An inhabitant of the planet Earth.
1953 May, Binder, Eando, “Interplanetary Tenements”, in Captain Marvel Adventures , volume 24, number 144, page (inside front cover): 
The Venusians, unlike other planetary races, were almost like Earthpeople. There was only one notable difference—they had feathers on their heads instead of hair.
1956, Dick, Philip Kindred, The World Jones Made, page 198:
And beyond that, the most important equipment of all: the manufacturing units that processed the Earthpeople's food.
1974, Newlove, Donald, The Drunks, page 140:
My last act as an earthperson, she says, was t' snatch off my landlawd's glasses and punch and punch 'im in the nose.
1983, White, James, , page 24: Sector General
"That was an ingenious idea, Earthperson," it said slowly. "There is now a beneficent atmosphere surrounding my pressure envelope, which will enable me to repair the torn fabric and survive until Illensan assistance arrives. Thank you."
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