Lunarian

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From stem of Latin lunaris ‎(of the moon, lunar) +‎ -ian

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Lunarian ‎(plural Lunarians)

  1. (science fiction) An inhabitant of Luna, the moon of Terra.
  2. (celestial navigation) A maritime navigator who uses the moon to determine longitude without the need for an accurate clock

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Lunarian

  1. (science fiction) Pertaining to the inhabitants of Luna (Lunarians).