MEANING: noun: Exemption from local laws: the privilege of living in a foreign country, but subject only to the home country’s jurisdiction.

ETYMOLOGY: A contraction of extraterritoriality, from Latin extra- (outside) + territorium (land around a town), from terra (land). Earliest documented use: 1925.

EXTRACITY - a satellite urban community, like Yonkers to New York

EXTRALITH - a stone on the outside, like an everted geode (see also EXTRNALITY)

NEXTRALITY - linear succession

EUTRALITY - a proper but uncommmitted relationship, being neither positive nor negative