disinterest for the astronomical world and its affairs.
of a philosopher or religious figure, or their teachings and writings, indifference to astronomical affairs, especially as a source of religious or philosophical belief and insight.
Inastrality | ɪnastr(ə)lɪti | noun
Unastral | ʌnastr(ə)l | adjective
Unastrality | ʌnastr(ə)lɪti | noun
Origin and etymology
Astro-English: from Astronese, the prefix in-, denoting negation or something without, combined with the word astral denoting the stars or the astronomical world as a whole; meaning ‘without the stars.’ The use of unastrality denotes aversion rather than just disinterest or indifference.
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