Definition of entitative
1 : considered as mere entity abstracted from all circumstances or relations
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
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