noun tem·po·ral·i·ty \ˌtem-pə-ˈra-lə-tē\
plural tem·po·ral·i·ties

Definition of TEMPORALITY

a :  civil or political as distinguished from spiritual or ecclesiastical power or authority
b :  an ecclesiastical property or revenue —often used in plural
:  the quality or state of being temporal

First Known Use of TEMPORALITY

14th century


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