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Oxford dictionary definition of the word eternal:
1lasting or existing forever; without end:
the secret of eternal youth
fear of eternal damnation
(of truths, values, or questions) valid for all time; essentially unchanging:
eternal truths of art and life
informal seeming to last or persist forever, especially on account of being tedious or annoying:
eternal nagging demands
she is an eternal optimist
2used to emphasize expressions of admiration, gratitude, etc.:
to his eternal credit, he maintained his dignity throughout
3 (the Eternal) used to refer to an everlasting or universal spirit, as represented by God:
a man entirely under the sway of the Eternal and not of the material
the Eternal City
a name for the city of Rome.
Christian Theology spiritual existence after death of the body:
the belief in eternal life
see triangle (sense 2).
Pronunciation: /ɪˌtəːˈnalɪti, iː-/
(also eternalise) verb
late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin aeternalis, from Latin aeternus, from aevum ‘age’