I've been encountering "worldly-renowned" or "worldly-known" used as an expression of "world-famous". Here is one of the examples:
Several worldly-renowned car manufacturers (e.g., Piaggio, GE, Fiat India, M. Benz, Porsche, Jaguar, VW, Bajaj Auto, Force Motors, and Mahindra Navistar) also set up their own plants or made investment in the region, which are not far away from the exhibition centre, offering some opportunities to relevant fastener suppliers to connect their business with these potential customers.
Personally I found this expression odd and have done research to find that "wordly" is used to describe things that are physical instead of spiritual, or people who are more experienced or well-rounded. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/worldly
However, if you do a Google search with the keyword "worldly known", you'd find tens of thousands of usage, some of which seemingly express "world-famous".
Is "worldly-renowned" or "worldly-known" an actual word and can it mean "world-famous" to your ears?