infinite (ˈɪnfɪnɪt)  
—adj  
1.  a. having no limits or boundaries in time, space, extent, or magnitude 
b. (as noun; preceded by the): the infinite  
2.  extremely or immeasurably great or numerous: infinite wealth 
3.  allembracing, absolute, or total: God's infinite wisdom 
4.  maths 
a. having an unlimited number of digits, factors, terms, members, etc: an infinite series  
b. (of a set) able to be put in a onetoone correspondence with part of itself  
c. Compare finite (of an integral) having infinity as one or both limits of integration  
'infinitely  
—adv  
'infiniteness  
—n 
infinite (ĭn'fənĭt) Pronunciation Key

infinite
adj. [common] Consisting of a large number of objects; extreme. Used very loosely as in: "This program produces infinite garbage." "He is an infinite loser." The word most likely to follow `infinite', though, is hair. (It has been pointed out that fractals are an excellent example of infinite hair.) These uses are abuses of the word's mathematical meaning. The term `semiinfinite', denoting an immoderately large amount of some resource, is also heard. "This compiler is taking a semiinfinite amount of time to optimize my program." See also semi.