Definition of illth
1 : the condition of being economically unprosperous or miserable the glaring disparity between the state's natural wealth and its human illth — Christian Century
2 : something that produces or is symptomatic of illth much of the goods on our shelves is wealth rather than illth — Nation
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Origin and Etymology of illth
1ill + -th (as in wealth)
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