lippitude

noun
lip·​pi·​tude | \ˈlipə̇ˌtüd, -ə̇‧ˌtyüd\
plural -s

Definition of lippitude 

archaic

: soreness or blearedness of the eyes

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History and Etymology for lippitude

French, from Latin lippitudo, from lippitus (past participle of lippire to be blear-eyed, from lippus blear-eyed) + -udo -ude

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