From Latin immensus, immense is Something very big and that, therefore, turns out very difficult to measure or count . East adjective It is also used to name what you don't have measure or, what is it unlimited or infinite .
For example: "Jacques got lost in the vast desert and feared for his life, until he reached an oasis and his luck changed", “The Californian team presented its immense new stadium, with capacity for 60,000 spectators”, "I feel immense pain for my father's words", “Do you realize that you have achieved something immense? You will stay in the story! ”.
The qualifier of immense does not refer to a specific or specific measure. On the contrary, the immense is so big or wide which is often difficult to measure. It can also refer to what is much larger than others of its kind. You can talk about a huge building when it has fifty floors or floors, while most often the buildings do not exceed fifteen. An immense baby, meanwhile, is the one born with a size larger than usual.
Immense is also the title of one of the best known songs of the great Cádiz singer Rocío Jurado, better known as “the greatest” for his vocal qualities. This composition comes to talk about love as an immense feeling capable of overcoming any barrier, of facing any obstacle and of making happy in great proportions.
Other songs that also resort to the use of that adjective are, for example, "Amor immense", by the Italian artist Nek, or "Immense love" by the Mexican Christian singer Marco Barrientos.
Within the scope of Literature, the use of this term has also been used to give title to numerous works. This would be the case, for example, of "This immense world," which was written by Lewis Sinclair. The novel revolves around Hayden Chart, a man who is going through one of the most tragic moments of his life: his wife's traffic accident.
That loss hurts so much that not even his profession as an architect satisfies him. Therefore, he decides to take a trip away from home. He goes to Europe and specifically to Florence, where he will run into a city that will make him fall in love and that will return part of the lost happiness.
It is usual that both colloquially and within the field of art it is used immensely to define the sea, which becomes a source of inspiration for poets, composers, sculptors or painters. And all this without forgetting that, in the same way, it is used to refer to heaven.
Something immense can be immeasurable in essence, since there is no possibility of establishing a measurement. In this sense, the concept is often used in reference to God and its attributes. It is possible to express that God is immense, since his presence cannot be measured, or that divine love is immense because it encompasses all creatures and leaves no one outside.