Etymology
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immortality (n.)

mid-14c., "deathlessness," from Old French immortalité (13c.) and directly from Latin immortalitatem (nominative immortalitas) "deathlessness, endless life," also "imperishable fame," from immortalis "undying" (see immortal). Of fame, etc., "quality of being permanent," early 15c.

updated on October 19, 2015

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Definitions of immortality from WordNet

immortality (n.)
the quality or state of being immortal;
immortality (n.)
perpetual life after death;
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