Mundane definition

mŭn-dān, mŭndān
Commonplace, everyday, ordinary, etc.
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Of, relating to, or typical of this world; secular.
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Tedious; repetitive and boring.
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Relating to, characteristic of, or concerned with commonplaces; ordinary.
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Of the world; esp., worldly, as distinguished from heavenly, spiritual, etc.
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The definition of mundane is someone or something that is typical or ordinary.

An example of mundane is having a front lawn.

An example of mundane is working a nine to five job.

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Ordinary; not new.
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Pertaining to the Universe, cosmos or physical reality, as opposed to the spiritual world.
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(slang, derogatory, in various subcultures) A person considered to be "normal", not part of the elite group.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
mundane
Plural:
mundanes

Adjective

Base Form:
mundane
Comparative:
mundaner
Superlative:
mundanest

Origin of mundane

  • Middle English mondeine from Old French mondain from Latin mundānus from mundus world

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin mundanus, from mundus (“world").

    From Wiktionary