Etymology
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transcendent (adj.)

mid-15c., from Latin transcendentem (nominative transcendens) "surmounting, rising above," present participle of transcendere (see transcend). Related: Transcendently.

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Definitions of transcendent

transcendent (adj.)
exceeding or surpassing usual limits especially in excellence;
Synonyms: surpassing
transcendent (adj.)
beyond and outside the ordinary range of human experience or understanding;
the notion of any transcendent reality beyond thought
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