adjective en·ti·ta·tive \ˈentəˌtā|tiv, -tə|\

Definition of entitative

  1. 1 :  considered as mere entity abstracted from all circumstances or relations

  2. 2 :  being an entity :  having real existence



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Origin and Etymology of entitative

New Latin entitativus, from Medieval Latin entitat-, entitas entity + Latin -ivus -ive — more at entity

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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