immemorial

Immemorial vs Old - What's the difference?

immemorial | old |


As an adjective immemorial

is immemorial, age-old.

As a noun old is

age.

Antediluvian vs Immemorial - What's the difference?

antediluvian | immemorial |


As adjectives the difference between antediluvian and immemorial

is that antediluvian is ancient or antiquated; old; prehistoric while immemorial is immemorial, age-old.

As a noun antediluvian

is one who lived prior to noah's flood.

Immemorial vs Solemn - What's the difference?

immemorial | solemn |


As adjectives the difference between immemorial and solemn

is that immemorial is immemorial, age-old while solemn is deeply serious and somber.

Archaic vs Immemorial - What's the difference?

archaic | immemorial |


As adjectives the difference between archaic and immemorial

is that archaic is of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated while immemorial is immemorial, age-old.

As a noun archaic

is (archaeology|us|usually capitalized) a general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period (‘[http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/paleo-indian paleo-indian]’, ‘paleo-american’, ‘american‐paleolithic’, &c ) of human presence in the western hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period (‘woodland’, etc).

Immemorial vs Immemorially - What's the difference?

immemorial | immemorially |


As an adjective immemorial

is that is beyond memory; ancient.

As an adverb immemorially is

in an immemorial manner.

Ancient vs Immemorial - What's the difference?

ancient | immemorial |


As adjectives the difference between ancient and immemorial

is that ancient is having lasted from a remote period; having been of long duration; of great age; very old while immemorial is that is beyond memory; ancient.

As a noun ancient

is a person who is very old.

Memory vs Immemorial - What's the difference?

memory | immemorial |


As a noun memory

is (uncountable) the ability of an organism to record information about things or events with the facility of recalling them later at will.

As an adjective immemorial is

that is beyond memory; ancient.

Beyond vs Immemorial - What's the difference?

beyond | immemorial |


As a preposition beyond

is further away than.

As an adverb beyond

is farther along or away.

As a noun beyond

is the unknown.

As an adjective immemorial is

that is beyond memory; ancient.

Immemorial vs Dateless - What's the difference?

immemorial | dateless |


As adjectives the difference between immemorial and dateless

is that immemorial is that is beyond memory; ancient while dateless is out of one's head; deranged or dateless can be without a date imprinted, assigned, or associated.