immemorial[im′ə môr′ē əl]
immemorial definition by Webster's New World
extending back beyond memory or record; ancient
Origin: Midieval Latin immemorialis: see in- and amp; memorial
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- immemorially adverb
immemorial definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Reaching beyond the limits of memory, tradition, or recorded history.
Origin: Medieval Latin immemoriālis : Latin in-, not; see in-1 + Latin memoriālis, memorial; see memorial.
- imˌme·moˈri·al·ly adverb
immemorial - Phrases/Idioms
see time immemorial.