Eterne meaning

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Eternal.
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(archaic) Eternal.
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1602, William Shakespeare, Hamlet, First Folio 1621, II.2.

And neuer did the Cyclops hammers fall / On Mars his Armours, forg'd for proofe Eterne, / With lesse remorse then Pyrrhus bleeding sword / Now falles on Priam.

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Elizabeth Browning.

Built up to eterne significance.

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Origin of eterne

  • Middle English from Old French from Latin aeternus eternal

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French eterne, from Latin aeternus.

    From Wiktionary