nullibicity

noun nul·li·bic·i·ty \ˌnələˈbisətē\
variants: less commonly

nullibiety

\-bīətē\

Definition of nullibicity

plural

-es

  1. :  the quality or state of being nowhere

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Origin and Etymology of nullibicity

Latin nullibi nowhere (from nullus null + ibi here, there) + English -icity (as in simplicity) or -ety (as in society); akin to Greek itha- here, Sanskrit iha here, Latin ita thus


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