telestial

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Etymology[edit]

Possibly a blend of terrestrial +‎ celestial. Possibly related to Ancient Greek τῆλε (têle, at a distance, far away), Ancient Greek τέλος (télos, end, purpose) or Latin tellus (ground).

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Particularly: "Any phonics class is useful here"

Adjective[edit]

telestial (not comparable)

  1. (Mormonism) Of or pertaining to the lowest degree of glory.

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References[edit]

  • Kevin Barney (January 27, 2010), “The Etymology of “Telestial””, in By Common Consent[1], retrieved May 25, 2018
  • Richard D. Draper (September 1999), “New Light on Paul's Teachings”, in Ensign[2], volume 29, issue 9, page 22

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