Anachronopede

noun
A vessel that allows the occupant to travel through time.
Origin
Derived from aná (upon), khrónos (time), and pedes (“one who walks”).
Source
The Shape of My Name

Trid

adjective
Having or appearing to have length, breadth, and depth.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘tri-dimensional’.
Source
Embassytown

Planoform

verb
A method of faster-than-light travel that involves compressing space into two dimensions.
Origin
Pairing of ‘plane’ (a flat surface) and ‘form’.
Source
The Game of Rat and Dragon

Parachronion

noun
A device enabling travel to parallel time lines.
Origin
Derived from pará (nearby) and khrónos (time).
Source
Eutopia

Chrownotransductionology

noun
Temporal slippage induced by chrownons; in other words: timely travel.
Origin
Professor Gladys Chrowdingler, discoverer of the chrownon.
Source
Automated Alice

Hyperdrive

noun
A propulsion system for hyperspace travel.
Source
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Solido

noun
The image from a three-dimensional projector.
Source
Dune

Trimensional

adjective
Having or appearing to have length, breadth, and depth: a three-dimensional object.
Origin
Derived from triplus (triple).
Source
Foundation

Hyperspace

noun
A spacial dimension through which faster-than-light travel is possible.
Source
The Voyage of the Space Beagle