Etymology
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infinity (n.)

late 14c., from Old French infinité "infinity; very large number or quantity" (13c.), from Latin infinitatem (nominative infinitas) "boundlessness, endlessness," from infinitus boundless, unlimited" (see infinite). Latin infinitas was used as a loan-translation of Greek apeiria "infinity," from apeiros "endless."

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Definitions of infinity

infinity (n.)
time without end;
Synonyms: eternity
From wordnet.princeton.edu