infinitude

noun in·fin·i·tude \ in-ˈfi-nə-ˌtüd , -ˌtyüd \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of infinitude

1 : the quality or state of being infinite : infiniteness
2 : something that is infinite especially in extent
3 : an infinite number or quantity

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Origin and Etymology of infinitude

borrowed from French & New Latin; French, going back to Middle French, borrowed from New Latin infīnītūdō, from Latin infīnītus "indefinite, having no limit, 1infinite" + -ūdō, extracted from -tūdō -tude (taking the -t- as the termination of a participle or adjective)



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