This is an official definition authorised by the Astronist Institution. Click here for this definition's page on Astronism.com. Contents 1 Unastronality 1.1 ʌnastrəʊnalɪti 1.2 noun 1.3 Derivatives 1.4 Origin and etymology Unastronality ʌnastrəʊnalɪti noun absence or lack of astronality (religious or philosophical connection to the astronomical world), especially if not innate to a person. Distinguished from inastronality. Derivatives Unastronal | ʌnastrəʊnal | adjective Unastronistic | ˈʌnəsˈtrɒnɪstɪk | adjective Unastronally | ʌnastrəʊnali | adverb Unastronous | ʌnastrənʃəs | adjective Unastronously | ʌnastrənʃəsli | adverb Origin and etymology Astro-English: from Astronese, the prefix un-, denoting negation or a lack of, combined with the word astronality denoting a person’s religious or philosophical concern or connection to the astronomical world; meaning ‘lack of astronality.’ Retrieved from "https://astronism.wikia.org/wiki/Unastronality/Definition?oldid=25541" Categories: Definitions of core terminology Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.