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Borrowed from Old French immortalité, from Latin immortālitās.

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immortality (countable and uncountable, plural immortalities)

  1. (religion, mythology, biology) The condition of being immortal.
    In Greek mythology, Tithonus was granted immortality but not eternal youth.

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