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exoterroid (s) (noun), exoterroids (pl)
1. Any fragment of terrestrial crust launched into space: "When accompanied by sufficient magma from the mantle, such ejecta of exoterroids form globes."

"The term exoterroid is a general term for each moon, asteroid, comet, meteor, and hydrometeor that had its origin on earth."

2. Etymology: from Greek and Latin: "form out of the earth".
Exoterroid was coined by Stephen M. Alvis in his book,
Exploding Earth; Ironrod Explorations, publisher, 1st ed.;
Mesa, Arizona; 1991; page 375.
This entry is located in the following unit: terr-, terra-, -ter (page 1)