- The celestial body where humans live.
- The third planet in order from the Sun, upon which humans live. Represented in astronomy and astrology by ♁ and ⊕.
- (paganism) The Earth Goddess in Heathenry.
Adjectives for Earth
habitable; sunburned; parched; fragile; virgin; fresh-plowed; life-giving; barren; desolate; hot; cold; dry; spherical; social; crowded; fructifying; plashy; stony; melancholy; calcareous; verdant; daedal; thirsty; kindly; unviolated; groaning; fragrant; porous; frozen; transformed; sullen; gloomy; arching; molten; voluble; gaping; laboring; green-girt; hostile; distraught; disembowelled; chapped; unconsidered; moist; gaunt; wounded; awakening; bare; native; spongy; gladdened; powdered; delightful; frost-bound; renovated; shocked; shackled; perennial; messy; reconciling; nursing; synthetic; dull; prosaic; despised; hungry; sanguine; encumbering; clodded; faithless; unawakened; arid; pendulous; easeful; wearied; sun-spangled; unyielding; mangled; filial; consecrated; turf-less; frost-crisped; horrible; ancient; sordid; absorbent; unmoistened; alluvial; stagnant; troubled; patient; various-mingled (plural); sinful; profiting; beleaguered; teeming; darkened; spacious; healthy; odorous; narrowing; menaced; lawful; burying; beauteous; faded; deep; peopled; trembling; indubitable; sleepy; bright red; ashy; black; devastated; ordinary; shaken; fresh-turned; primeval; tenacious; widened; savage; fainting; chafed; harsh; central; pleasant; reluctant silvery; waiting; finished; substantial; ridgy; imminent.
Verbs for Earth
beautify—; blast—; bless—; bore into—; cling to—; command—; crawl upon—; create—; creep upon—; deface—; depart from—; explore—; fertilize—; gain—; grovel on—; inhabit—; inherit—; landscape— mantle—; paw—; perish from—; plant— plow—; pluck from—; rake—; reign on—;.
planet, platform, plenum, prairie, real estate, real property, region, regolith, relics, reliquiae, remains, run, safety zone, sand, sea level, sea of grass, shelter, skeleton, sod, soil, sphere, steppe, stiff, storm cave, storm cellar, stuff, subaerial deposit, subastral, sublunar, subsoil, substance, substratum, surfacing, table, tellurian, telluric, tenement of clay, terra, terra firma, terrace, terrain, terraqueous, terrene, terrestrial, terrestrial globe, territory, the blue planet, the country, the dead, the deceased, the defunct, the departed, the four elements, the loved one, this pendent world, topsoil, trench, tunnel, turf, unit of being, universe, vale, vale of tears, water, water level, whole wide world, woodland, world, Gaea, Ge, Tellus, Terra, abri, acres, air, air-raid shelter, alluvion, alluvium, arable land, ashes, atom, atomic particles, billiard table, biosphere, body, bomb shelter, bombproof, bones, bowling green, brute matter, building block, bunker, burrow, cadaver, carcass, carpet, carrion, cave, chemical element, clay, clod, component, concealment, constituent, corpse, corpus delicti, cosmos, couch, cover, covert, coverture, creation, crowbait, crust, cyclone cellar, dead body, dead flat, dead level, dead man, dead person, decedent, deck, den, dirt, dry bones, dry land, dugout, dust, earthbound, earthly, element, elementary particle, elementary unit, embalmed corpse, esplanade, fallout shelter, fill, fire, flat, flatland, floor, floor covering, flooring, fluvioterrestrial, food for worms, form, foxhole, freehold, fundamental particle, funk hole, geography, geophilous, geosphere, glebe, globe, grassland, gravel, ground, hole, homaloid, horizontal, horizontal axis, horizontal fault, horizontal line, horizontal parallax, horizontal plane, horizontal projection, humus, hyle, hypostasis, lair, land, landholdings, late lamented, ledge, level, level line, level plane, lithosphere, loam, lodge, macrocosm, marginal land, marl, material, material world, materiality, matter, mean sea level, mew, mold, molecule, monad, mortal remains, mother earth, mould, mud, mummification, mummy, natural world, nature, orb, organic remains, parquet, parterre, pave, pavement, paving, physical world, plain, plane, Gaea, Ge, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Saturn, Tellus, Terra, Uranus, Venus, asteroid, biosphere, geography, geosphere, globe, inferior planet, major planet, minor planet, mother earth, planet, planetoid, secondary planet, solar system, superior planet, terra, terrestrial globe, terrestrial planet, the blue planet, this pendent world, vale, vale of tears, wanderer, whole wide world, world
- earthly; telluric; and terrene
- (planets of the solar system) planet of the solar system; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune (Category: en:Planets) 
- (moons of Earth) Luna/Moon/moon 
earthen; Earthan; Earth Day; Earther; Earthian; Earthican; Earthite; earthlight; earthling; Earthling; Earthman; Earth Mother; earthrise; Earthscape; earth science; Earth science; Earth Science; earth sciences; Earth sciences; Earth Sciences; earth-shattering; earthshine; Earthshine; Earth Summit; Earthwoman; hell on earth; Hell on Earth; middle-earth; Middle-earth; middle earth; Middle Earth; Mother Earth; transearth.