*Infinity* ($\infty$) is a concept with various interpretations. The common theme is that $\infty$ is larger than whatever is usual in a given context; the usual stuff being called *finite* in contrast. Typically, this means larger than any natural number (although one sometimes considers infinite nonstandard natural numbers on the one hand, or considers infinity to be beyond a given class of transfinite ordinals on the other hand).

- infinite number
- infinite set
- infinite cardinality?
- transfinite ordinal?
- nonstandard natural number
- extended real number
- topological end (see also vanishing at infinity)
- infinity-groupoid
- (infinity,1)-category
- (infinity,n)-category
- infinity-category
- infinitely differentiable map (see also analytic map)

category: disambiguation

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