(immortal) a person (such as an author) of enduring fame; "Shakespeare is one of the immortals"
(immortal) not subject to death
(immortal) deity: any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force
"Immortality" is a single from Céline Dion's album Let's Talk About Love. It was released on June 8, 1998 outside the United States. The Bee Gees can be heard on the background vocals.
Immortality (Nesmrtelnost) is a novel in seven parts, written by Milan Kundera in 1988 in Czech. First published 1990 in French. English edition 345 p., translation by Peter Kussi .
"Immortality" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam, released on June 6, 1995 as the third single from the band's third studio album, Vitalogy (1994). Although credited to all members of Pearl Jam, it was primarily written by vocalist Eddie Vedder. ...
(Immortal?) Immortal? is the fourth studio album by the British progressive rock band Arena, released in 2000.
(Immortal (Anthem album)) Immortal is Japanese heavy metal band Anthem's fifth studio album since their reformation in the year 2000. In Europe the album was sold together with the Anthem 20th Anniversary Tour 2005 bonus DVD .
(Immortal (Cynthia Clawson album)) Immortal is a 1986 album by gospel singer Cynthia Clawson. The hymn "Immortal Invisible" was a hit on contemporary Christian radio, and the album peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Top Contemporary Christian album chart. ...
(immortal) One that is not susceptible to death; A member of an elite regiment of the Persian army; A member of the Académie française; Not susceptible to one, or more, or all forms of death. ...
(immortal) Unbeatable; often said of a hand that a player knows cannot be beaten under the circumstances of play. See also “lock”, “nuts”.
(immortal) able to live forever
(Immortal) (1) A hand which would be the best possible one. (2) A player who would be certain to be a winner.
(Immortal) An unbeatable hand such as royal flush.
(Immortal) Anyone who does not have a set lifespan. Immortality is usually attained through having a drgon as an ancestor, or by being born as or transformed into a Mashina.
(Immortal) Can refer to the aether creature or any creature immortalized by Anubis or Quintessence
(Immortal) Term occasionally used to refer to or describe vampires. Though technically, it means incapable of death or dying, it is used much more loosely in reference to vampires, implying that they are not subject to aging, are impervious to disease and injury, etc. ...
(Immortal) a being that is incapable of dying through any means. Gods & goddesses are the primary example of Immortals.
(Immortal) any of a race of humanoid beings with a longer lifespan and greater physical powers than human beings, whose kinsmen or self was once worshipped by human beings
(The Immortal) According to the Angel season five episode, The Girl in Question, Buffy recently became drawn to this mysterious being. Their romance is expected to be in an upcoming series of graphic novels about Buffy's post-Sunnydale life.
(The Immortal) W Publishing, June 2000
(The Immortal) and Drusilla— When Angelus and Spike are tied up, the Immortal had his way with Darla and Drusilla simultaneously (something that, incidentally, they had never allowed Angelus or Spike to do). ...
(immortal) Not dying, not forgotten. Relating to immortality, indefinitely growing.