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One entry found for infinity.
Main Entry: in·fin·i·ty
Pronunciation: in-primarystressfin-schwat-emacron
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English infinite "the quality of having no limit," from early French infinité (same meaning), derived from Latin infinitus (adjective) "having no limit," from in- "not" and finitus, past participle of finire "to limit, bring to an end," from finis "end, limit" --related to DEFINE, FINAL, FINISH
1 a : the quality of being infinite b : a space, quantity, or period of time that is without limit
2 : an indefinitely great number or amount
3 : a point infinitely far away

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