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athanasia

[ ath-uh-ney-zhuh ]
/ ˌæθ əˈneɪ ʒə /
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noun

deathlessness; immortality.

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Also a·than·a·sy [uh-than-uh-see]. /əˈθæn ə si/.

Origin of athanasia

1820–30; <Greek athanasía, equivalent to athánat(os) deathless (a-a-6 + thánatos death) + -ia-ia, with ti>si
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Example sentences from the Web for athanasia

  • I lifted my eyes: the veil had fallen—it was my lost Athanasia!

    Wilfrid Cumbermede|George MacDonald
  • It was the scent of the garments of my Athanasia, as I had dreamed it in my dream!

    Wilfrid Cumbermede|George MacDonald
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