without beginning or end; eternal; everlasting.
referring or restricted to no particular time: the timeless beauty of great music.

Origin of timeless

First recorded in 1550–60; time + -less
Related formstime·less·ly, adverbtime·less·ness, noun

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unaffected or unchanged by time; ageless
an archaic word for untimely
Derived Formstimelessly, adverbtimelessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for timeless

"eternal," 1620s, from time (n.) + -less. Earlier it meant "ill-timed" (1550s). Related: Timelessly; timelessness.

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