### Definition of Infinitude

1. Noun. An infinite quantity.

2. Noun. The quality of being infinite; without bound or limit.

### Definition of Infinitude

1. n. The quality or state of being infinite, or without limits; infiniteness.

### Definition of Infinitude

1. Noun. An infinite amount. ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Infinitude

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### Literary usage of Infinitude

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1. Systematic Theology by Charles Hodge (1873)
"B. infinitude of Grod in relation to Space. The infinitude of God, so far as space is concerned, includes his immensity and his omnipresence. ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"The first mentioned mathematician distinguishes clearly between boundlessness and infinitude, and Professor Keyser selects for the purpose of his discussion ..."

3. Fundamental Problems: The Method of Philosophy as a Systematic Arrangement by Paul Carus (1903)
"infinitude AND ETERNITY. THE problem of infinitude and Eternity depends upon a correct view of space and time. "Space in and of itself—apart from ..."

4. Hegel's Logic: A Book on the Genesis of the Categories of the Mind : a by William Torrey Harris (1896)
"infinitude. WE ascend from the part to the whole—from the somewhat and other to the unity ... The first aspect of this independent being is its infinitude. ..."

5. The Christian View of God and the World as Centring in the Incarnation by James Orr (1893)
"... lower creatures for service and food, eta, abundantly testify.1 The potential I might add one other mark of the possession of the Divine infinitude of ..."

6. Still Hours by Richard Rothe (1886)
"THE infinitude OF GOD. Absoluteness and infinitude are in no way identical conceptions. infinitude is merely eternity with the idea of self-negation added. ..."