a person (such as an author) of enduring fame
"Shakespeare is one of the immortals"
deity, divinity, god, immortaladjective
any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force
not subject to death
One who is not susceptible to death.
A member of an elite regiment of the Persian army.
A member of the Académie française.
An administrator of a multi-user dungeon; a wizard.
Not susceptible to death; living forever; never dying.
Never to be forgotten; that merits being always remembered.
his immortal words
Etymology: From immortalis, from prefix im-, from in-, + mortalis, from mors (combining form mort-), + adjectival suffix -alis.
not mortal; exempt from liability to die; undying; imperishable; lasting forever; having unlimited, or eternal, existance
connected with, or pertaining to immortability
destined to live in all ages of this world; abiding; exempt from oblivion; imperishable; as, immortal fame
great; excessive; grievous
one who will never cease to be; one exempt from death, decay, or annihilation
Immortal is a black metal band from Bergen, Norway, founded in 1990 by current frontman and guitarist Abbath Doom Occulta and former guitarist Demonaz Doom Occulta. The pair worked with various drummers for their first three albums, and were later joined by current drummer Horgh in 1996.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
im-mor′tal, adj. exempt from death: imperishable: never to be forgotten (as a name, poem, &c.).—n. one who will never cease to exist: one of the forty members of the French Academy.—n. Immortalisā′tion.—v.t. Immor′talise, to make immortal.—n. Immortal′ity, condition or quality of being immortal: exemption from death or oblivion.—adv. Immor′tally.
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The numerical value of Immortal in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Immortal in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
The only one who has a chance [for an absolute majority] is Berlusconi the immortal and his coalition, if you don’t get that you must start talking to the other groups and see if you can put together some strange bedfellows in a rather strange bed.
I want to take a moment to express my deepest condolences to the families of the brave American heroes who laid down their lives yesterday in selfless service to our nation. These are great people, great, great people. We will never forget their noble and immortal sacrifice.
It was built against the will of the immortal gods, and so it did not last for long.
Human consciousness is identified with thought and emotion. It is of the body and mind. Phenomenon of the physical world. Spiritual consciousness is beyond the body and mind, beyond thought and emotion, outside of physical reality. Spiritual consciousness is understanding and knowledge we awaken to while present. We do not think spiritual consciousness. We do not sense spiritual consciousness. We experience it. We understand and know it because we are it. When we remove the distractions. When we look past the conditioning and the mind, then we awaken to what we are. Immortal spiritual beings temporarily in the human condition. We awaken to spiritual consciousness.
If I should die, I have left no immortal work behind me - nothing to make my friends proud of my memory - but I have loved the principle of beauty in all things, and if I had had time I would have made myself remembered.
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- immortalCatalan, Valencian
- senmortulo, senmortaEsperanto
- अमर, अजर अमरHindi
- անմեռ, անմահ, անմեռականArmenian
- בן אלמוותHebrew
- 潰れない, 不滅の, 死なない, 不滅Japanese
- 죽지 않는, 불사하는Korean
- nemir, نهمر, herheyî, hersaxKurdish
- immortalis,, immortalis, aeternusLatin
- ondoodbaar, onsterfelijkDutch
- бесмртница, besmrtnica, бесмртник, bèsmrtan, besmrtnik, бѐсмртанSerbo-Croatian
- bất diệtVietnamese
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