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sempiternal

adjective sem·pi·ter·nal \ˌsem-pi-ˈtər-nəl\

Definition of SEMPITERNAL

:  of never-ending duration :  eternal
sem·pi·ter·nal·ly adverb

Origin of SEMPITERNAL

Middle English, from Late Latin sempiternalis, from Latin sempiternus, from semper ever, always, from sem- one, same (akin to Old Norse samr same) + per through — more at same, for
First Known Use: 15th century

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