super-, supra-, sur- (Latin: above, over, more than; excessive).Sur- is a form of super- formed through the French and shouldn't be confused with another assimilated sur- form that comes from sub- and means: "under, below, beneath". In some words, super- is amplified to mean: "on top of; higher in rank or position than; superior to; greater in quality, amount, or degree than others of its kind; to a degree greater than others of its kind; to a degree greater than normal; extra, additional".
1. Celestial; heavenly.
2. Coming from, of, or being in the sky or high above.