- transfinite number,
- transfixion suture,
Origin of transfinite
Examples from the Web for transfinite
Unless it were a transfinite number falling in love with a finite one—I suppose such things do happen, even in mathematics.The Voyage Out|Virginia Woolf
Yet it is transfinite in the sense that it transcends the comprehension of finite minds or processes.
“Cantorism” means the theory of transfinite aggregates and numbers erected for the most part by Georg Cantor.
Operational instructions, too, were transmitted and were acted upon with thought's transfinite speed.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
Diversity is finite although it may be admitted to be transfinite, or greater than any assignable value.