E*tern"\ or Eterne \E*terne"\, a. [OF. eterne, L. aeternus, for aeviturnus, fr. aevum age. See Age, and cf. Eternal.] Eternal. [Poetic] --Shak.

Built up to eterne significance. --Mrs. Browning.
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