One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjectiverare, literary, poetic
Unfading; incorruptible, imperishable.
Late 15th century; earliest use found in Higden's Polychronicon. From post-classical Latin immarcescibilis (also immarcessibilis, immarciscibilis) unfading, imperishable (Vetus Latina, Vulgate) from im- + marcescibilis, after Hellenistic Greek ἀμάραντος, ἀμαράντινος.
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