Me: no, it means out of the ordinary because the Latin prefix means out of or beyond, learn your shit.
Four years after the release of Stronger Than Pride, the sultry British singer returns with Love Deluxe, and it's like time stood still." Sade won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 1994.
"No Ordinary Love" was featured prominently in the 1993 film Indecent Proposal, though it was not included on the film's soundtrack album.
The song was featured in the American Dad episode Stan Goes On the Pill when Stan Smith turns into a woman after taking a pill and his boss Bullock tries to seduce him.
Serbian rock band Night Shift covered the song on their Undercovers album in 2002.
However, "ex", the Latin prefix used in extraordinary, means "out of".
So word means "out of the ordinary," and now everything makes sense.
The Civil Wars covered it live in their album Live at Eddie's Attic, available on their website as a free Internet download.
Richard Marx covered the song as "Ordinary Love" on his 2008 album titled Sundown.
Also, extra, when used in Latin meant beyond, so again the word would mean "beyond ordinary." Make sense?
Take extraterrestrial, it means out of or beyon earth (terra meaning earth) and it has the same prefix as extraordinary. Person: extraordinary is such a dumb word, it's like literally saying more ordinary, that makes no sense.
In the accompanying music video, Sade Adu is dressed as a mermaid and a bride.