Eternal

• (a.) Without end of existence or duration; everlasting; endless; immortal. • (n.) One of the appellations of God. • (a.) Existing at all times without change; immutable. • (a.) Exceedingly great or bad; -- used as a strong intensive. • (a.) Continued without intermission; perpetual; ceaseless; constant. • (a.) Withou...
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Eternal

[Doctor Who] The Eternals are a race of cosmic beings first introduced in the Doctor Who TV adventure Enlightenment. One Eternal who called himself Striker explained to the Doctor that he and his people lived outside of time, in the realm of eternity. They considered the mortal inhabitants of the universe to be `Ephemerals`, even the Time L...
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Eternal

[Jin Akanishi song] `Eternal` is Jin Akanishi`s first single with Warner Music Japan. ==Single information== Single release from Jin Akanishi. Limited edition A comes with a bonus DVD with music video of `Eternal` and its making-of plus cover photo shooting meking-of. Limited edition B comes with a 24-page special photo booklet. Features an...
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Eternal

E·ter'nal adjective [ French éternel , Latin aeternalis , from aeternus . See Etern .] 1. Without beginning or end of existence; always existing. « The eternal God is thy refuge.» Deut. xxxiii. 27. « To know wether there were an...
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Eternal

E·ter'nal noun 1. One of the appellations of God. « Law whereby the Eternal himself doth work.» Hooker. 2. That which is endless and immortal. Young.
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eternal

continuing forever or indefinitely
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eternal

eternal Etymology: from Old French eternal, from Late Latin aeternalis, from Latin æternus contraction of aeviternus, 'of great age', from ævum, 'age'.
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eternal

lasting or existing forever, without end or beginning
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