Definitions for Infinite
ˈɪn fə nɪtin·fi·nite
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word Infinite.
the unlimited expanse in which everything is located
"they tested his ability to locate objects in space"; "the boundless regions of the infinite"
having no limits or boundaries in time or space or extent or magnitude
"the infinite ingenuity of man"; "infinite wealth"
of verbs; having neither person nor number nor mood (as a participle or gerund or infinitive)
"infinite verb form"
countless, infinite, innumerable, innumerous, multitudinous, myriad, numberless, uncounted, unnumberable, unnumbered, unnumerableadjective
too numerous to be counted
"incalculable riches"; "countless hours"; "an infinite number of reasons"; "innumerable difficulties"; "the multitudinous seas"; "myriad stars"; "untold thousands"
total and all-embracing
"God's infinite wisdom"
Indefinably large, countlessly great; immense.
Boundless, endless, without end or limits; innumerable.
With plural noun: infinitely many.
Greater than any positive quantity or magnitude; limitless.
Having infinitely many elements.
Not limited by person or number.
Etymology: From infinitus, from in- + finis + the perfect passive participle ending -itus.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: infini, French; infinitus, Latin.
Impossible it is, that God should withdraw his presence from any thing, because the very substance of God is infinite. Richard Hooker.
What's time, when on eternity we think?
A thousand ages in that sea must sink:
Time's nothing but a word; a million
Is full as far from infinite as one. John Denham.
Thou sov'reign pow'r, whose secret will controuls
The inward bent and motion of our souls!
Why hast thou plac'd such infinite degrees
Between the cause and cure of my disease? Matthew Prior.
When we would think of infinite space or duration, we at first make some very large idea; as perhaps of millions of ages or miles, which possibly we multiply several times. John Locke.
Even an angel's comprehensive thought
Cannot extend as far as thou hast wrought:
Our vast conceptions are by swelling brought,
Swallow'd and lost in infinite, to nought. John Dennis.
Infinite refers to something that is limitless, endless, or immeasurable. It could pertain to a quantity or a concept that doesn't have boundaries or an endpoint and can extend indefinitely. It is commonly used in mathematics, physics, and other fields to represent a value that is larger than any finite number.
unlimited or boundless, in time or space; as, infinite duration or distance
without limit in power, capacity, knowledge, or excellence; boundless; immeasurably or inconceivably great; perfect; as, the infinite wisdom and goodness of God; -- opposed to finite
indefinitely large or extensive; great; vast; immense; gigantic; prodigious
greater than any assignable quantity of the same kind; -- said of certain quantities
capable of endless repetition; -- said of certain forms of the canon, called also perpetual fugues, so constructed that their ends lead to their beginnings, and the performance may be incessantly repeated
that which is infinite; boundless space or duration; infinity; boundlessness
an infinite quantity or magnitude
an infinity; an incalculable or very great number
the Infinite Being; God; the Almighty
Infinite is the eighth studio album by power metal band Stratovarius, released on March 28, 2000 through Nuclear Blast. It reached #1 on that year's Finnish Albums Chart and remained charted for nine weeks. Four bonus tracks were made available for different international editions: "Why Are We Here?", "It's a Mystery", "What Can I Say?" and "Keep The Flame", all of which were later released on the band's 2001 compilation album Intermission.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in′fin-it, adj. without end or limit: without bounds: (math.) either greater or smaller than any quantity that can be assigned.—n. that which is not only without determinate bounds, but which cannot possibly admit of bound or limit: the Absolute, the Infinite Being or God.—adjs. Infin′itant, denoting merely negative attribution; Infin′itary, pertaining to infinity.—v.t. Infin′itāte, to make infinite.—adv. In′finitely.—n. In′finiteness, the state of being infinite: immensity.—adj. Infinites′imal, infinitely small.—n. an infinitely small quantity.—adv. Infinites′imally.—adj. Infini′to (mus.), perpetual.—ns. Infin′itūde, Infin′ity, boundlessness: immensity: countless or indefinite number.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[common] Consisting of a large number of objects; extreme. Used very loosely as in: “This program produces infinite garbage.” “He is an infinite loser.” The word most likely to follow infinite, though, is hair. (It has been pointed out that fractals are an excellent example of infinite hair.) These uses are abuses of the word's mathematical meaning. The term semi-infinite, denoting an immoderately large amount of some resource, is also heard. “This compiler is taking a semi-infinite amount of time to optimize my program.” See also semi.
An amount, being, human being, soul, spirit, consciousness, energy, light, frequency, natural resources, planet, universe, multiverse or possibility that can exist for infinity and change form where just and fair.
We all know in our soul we are infinite beings that always exist, just in another form and dimension. Natural resources are infinite when we need them or change form to meet a different need.
Submitted by MaryC on February 10, 2016
An amount, number or resource that can be easily renewed.
Water, time, space and earth are all infinite, this is why humanity is learning to use things in a sustainable manner and only to use what is needed.
Submitted by MaryC on April 8, 2017
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The numerical value of Infinite in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Infinite in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Infinite beauty, infinite adventure, infinite love— this is the realm of Creativity.
As powerful as we are and will remain, our resources and influence are not infinite. And in a complex world, many of the security problems we face do not lend themselves to quick and easy fixes.
The people in my photographs are looking into the unknown infinite, another world, i wanted it to have a science-fiction feel to it. So I looked for characters who could be in a movie, like extraterrestrials.
We believe that life arose spontaneously on Earth, so in an infinite universe, there must be other occurrences of life, somewhere in the cosmos, perhaps intelligent life might be watching these lights of ours, aware of what they mean. Or do our lights wander a lifeless cosmos, unseen beacons announcing that, here on one rock, the universe discovered its existence ? Either way, there is no better question. It's time to commit to finding the answer, to search for life beyond Earth. The Breakthrough initiatives are making that commitment. We are alive. We are intelligent. We must know.
If one feels the need of something grand, something infinite, something that makes one feel aware of God, one need not go far to find it. I think that I see something deeper, more infinite, more eternal than the ocean in the expression of the eyes of a little baby when it wakes in the morning and coos or laughs because it sees the sun shining on its cradle.
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- غير محدودArabic
- infinitCatalan, Valencian
- άπειρο, άπειροςGreek
- بي نهايتPersian
- ääretön, päättymätön, loppumatonFinnish
- tak terbatasIndonesian
- 途方もない, 無限, 果てしない, 巨大Japanese
- onendlechLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- tidak terhad, tidak terbatasMalay
- uendelig, grenseløs, endeløsNorwegian
- oneindig, eindeloosDutch
- grenselaus, uendeleg, endelausNorwegian Nynorsk
- fără limită, nesfârșit, nelimitat, infinitRomanian
- бесконечный, бесчисленный, несметный, безграничныйRussian
- අනන්තSinhala, Sinhalese
- oändlig, gränslös, ändlösSwedish
- vô hạnVietnamese
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