Definition of immane in English:

immane

adjective

rare, archaic, literary
  • 1Inhumanly cruel or savage; brutal.

  • 2Of immense size or strength; huge, vast, enormous.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Historia de Donne Famose. From classical Latin immānis savage, brutal, vast, huge, immense, tremendous from im- + early Latin mānis, mānus good.

Pronunciation

immane

/ɪˈmeɪn/