What is a word meaning lasting forever?
anther word for lasting forever is paremnet
The word "eternal" is an adjective meaning 'lasting forever' or 'unending'. Eternal is an adjective
The word everlasting is an adjective. It means lasting forever.
The English phrase ("ever-lasting", which is really shorthand for "which lasts forever", meaning "which endures eternally") won't translate with the same meaning. You would be better to use a single word with the same meaning, such as "eternal". That can translate as "sìorraidh", although there are other possibilities.
The word "perpetuous" is a correct spelling but a rarely-used term meaning perpetual (lasting forever). It is used in the proper name Perpetuous Dreamer, a musical group. (*not to be confused with impetuous, given to rash or ill-considered actions)
Dur means hard or long lasting.
It means lasting for a short time only, from the Greek word 'ephemeros' meaning 'lasting for one day only'
yeongwonhi means forever
lasting forever: lasting for all time - lasting indefinitely: lasting for an indefinitely long time - occurring repeatedly: occurring over and over
Immortal is someone who has everlasting life
Permanently or just permanent.
The name Abhinav can be broken down into 2 parts: The prefix 'Abhi'- which in sanskrit means forever and eternal and -'nava' stands for something new and novel. Thus meaning of the word Abhinav would imply something that is new forever. The best approximation of the meaning can be given by the word 'evergreen'.
yes immortal immortal, everlasting... Eternal being...
Short lasting, temporary, transient, brief.
That there was only one god and that he was forever lasting.
the meaning for love forever is to stay with the person you love forever if not then it was never meant to be
It's the same as is in any language, the meaning of forever, is forever, as in eternity. Our souls are bonded forever, as to what some believe.
Emperor Lasting, in english it would be said Lasting Emperor.
It has more than one meaning: 1) Lasting 3 or more seasons 2) Recurring again and again
lasting only a while. lasting only a while. Lasting only a while Lasting only a while Lasting only a while
no, starlit does NOT exist in this forever lasting world. only if YOU exist it! :D
Chronic means long-lasting or recurring.
Perhaps you mean that a trickster eventually receives his come-uppance.
No. Trauma is not a person. It is a noun meaning an emotional wound or shock often having long-lasting effects. You cannot be related to a word.
I can give you the exact meaning of supercalifragilisticexpialidocous. It means a word you say when you don't know what to say. Wow, it took me forever to get the spelling so the dictionary recognized it. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is defined as a nonsense word meaning fantastic.
Perpetuity means lasting forever. Her heirs will hold that title in perpetuity.
Not forever, however the stronger the poison is, the longer lasting the effect is.
Answer (1) There is no difference except that the word is correctly spelled "forever." It is one word. The spelling as two words is incorrect when one means the first one as in eternity. However, it is plausible to use it in the second sense. In the Western part Africa, especially the region between Ghana and Nigeria ( i.e Togo and Benin), names could be that 'abstract'. For example, one may be called Forever, Ever… Read More
Teenage sexuality (Artie included) and the lasting power of love (think of forever between Michael and Katherine and the death of Katherine's grandfather)
The Latin equivalent of 'when goodbye means forever' is Quando 'vale' significat 'semper'. In the word-by-word translation, the dependent conjunction 'quando' means 'when'. The verb 'vale' means 'farewell, goodbye'. The verb 'significat' means '[he/she/it] does mean, is meaning, means'. The adverb 'semper' means 'always, forever'.
The word 'lasting' is the present participle, present tense of the verb to last. The present participle of the verb also functions as an adjective and a gerund, a verbal noun. EXAMPLES verb: Between flights, we have a wait lasting almost an hour. adjective: I like these longer lasting candles. noun: This festival is known for lasting for days. The word 'lasting' is also a noun as a word for a stiff fabric used for… Read More
It means for infinate time and it will never end
No, peace is described as comprehensive AND lasting, which have two different meanings.
Perpetuate means to make something perpetual meaning it will go on forever. The word is often used in a manner simply meaning to extend in time, not necessarily forever. For example, if someone was pulling a prank and you were in on the joke, so you confirmed the premise, someone might say that you perpetuated the hoax.
poem opposite words
Forever mints. They are multi-hour breath mints that last a LONG time
Songs with the word Forever in them include Forever Young by Alphaville, Diamonds Are Forever by Shirley Bassey and Forever Now by Ne-Yo. Others include Forever And For Always by Shania Twain and Forever by HAIM.
Another word for 'forever' could be 'eternity' or 'infinity'.
pour toujours is the word 'forever' in french :D
In Seneca the word for "live forever" or "eternal" is te'këeyös.
The Lasting one (one who does not perish)
It is a period of time lasting 2 weeks in duration.
It has the word Forever on it.
I think that the word "Forever" comes from the belief of Eternal Love.
Semper te amabo. (Used "semper" here, meaning always, in place of "in perpetuum," meaning forever, to make it sound a little better. The meaning is the same.)