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personalty

noun per·son·al·ty \ˈpərs-nəl-tē, ˈpər-sə-nəl-\
plural per·son·al·ties

Definition of PERSONALTY

Examples of PERSONALTY

  1. <and I will my personalty to my children>

Origin of PERSONALTY

Middle English, from Anglo-French personalté, from Late Latin personalitat-, personalitas personality
First Known Use: 15th century

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