In subcultural and fictional uses, a mundane is a person who does not belong to a particular group, according to the members of that group; the implication is that such persons, lacking imagination, are concerned solely with the mundane: the quotidian and ordinary. The term first came into use in science fiction fandom to refer, sometimes deprecatingly, to non-fans; this use of the term antedates 1955.
Fragments thrown up when something is bored or drilled.
Any organism that bores into a hard surface
present participle of bore
Causing boredom; unable to engage or hold the interest.
“What a boring film that was! I almost fell asleep.”
Worldly, earthly, profane, vulgar as opposed to heavenly.
Pertaining to the Universe, cosmos or physical reality, as opposed to the spiritual world.
Ordinary; not new.
Tedious; repetitive and boring.
An unremarkable, ordinary human being.
A person considered to be “normal”, part of the mainstream culture, outside the subculture, not part of the elite group.
The world outside fandom; the normal, mainstream world.
not interesting; tedious
“I’ve got a boring job in an office”
lacking interest or excitement; dull
“his mundane, humdrum existence”
of this earthly world rather than a heavenly or spiritual one
“according to the Shinto doctrine, spirits of the dead can act upon the mundane world”
relating to or denoting the branch of astrology that deals with the prediction of earthly events.