(ŭl′trə-mŭn′dān′, -mŭn-dān′)
Extending or being beyond the world or the limits of the universe.

[Latin ultrāmundānus : ultrā-, ultra- + mundānus, of the world; see mundane.]
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(Philosophy) extending beyond the world, this life, or the universe
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(ˌʌl trə mʌnˈdeɪn, -ˈmʌn deɪn)

1. beyond the earth or the orbits of the planets.
2. outside the sphere of physical existence.
[1540–50; < Latin]
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In other words, the material character of their ultramundane reciprocity reflects the expression of kwaima 'anga or generosity (12) in concrete acts of giving between living relatives.
Gil Omry (who showed in February at Overtones gallery in Culver City) processes the ultramundane view of a surveillance camera overlooking a dark, urban plaza through a series of eerie, abstract permutations reminiscent of computer games.
A Pentecostal writer who moved in these circles said that there were some who considered Pentecostalism as "an intrinsically alienating religiosity centered in the proclamation of an ultramundane salvation."(29) The great surprise was to come at the end of the 1980s.