| 1930 J. W. Campbell in Amazing Stories Nov. 721/2
||They reached a large room, where already there had gathered in the semicircle of seats a hundred or so seven-foot Venerians.
| 1930 O. Stapledon Last & First Men 265
||Evidently the marine Venerians resented the steady depletion of their aqueous world, and were determined to stop it.
| 1930 J. W. Campbell in Amazing Stories Q. Fall 505/1
||There were six of them, tall men, about seven feet high, and they walked with the rather labored step of a Venerean, although they weren't Venereans, for their skin and flesh was a strange white, which looked like raw dough.
| 1931 E. E. Smith Spacehounds of IPC in Amazing Stories July 305/2
||They're highly intelligent creatures and are in all probability neither Martians nor Venerians.
| 1948 R. A. Heinlein Space Cadet 75
||I'll put you down for Venerian, Martian, and Venus trade talk.
| 1948 R. A. Heinlein Space Cadet 233
||Oscar swore softly in Venerian. ‘They can do anything!’
| 1948 R. A. Heinlein Space Cadet 183
||His first impression was a crowd of Venerians surrounding the pool.
| 1948 R. A. Heinlein Space Cadet 181
||A triangular head, large as a collie's, broke water about ten feet from them. Tex jumped. The Venerian regarded him with shiny, curious eyes.
| 1950 R. Heinlein Farmer in Sky (1975) xx. 216
||The Venerians don't use pictures, nor the Martians.
| 1956 R. A. Heinlein Double Star (1957) 127,
||I was knocked out the first time when we finally put the eetees—Venerians and Martians and Outer Jovians—into the Grand Assembly. But the nonhuman peoples are still there and I came back.