temporalty

noun tem·po·ral·ty \ˈtemp(ə)rəltē, -ti\

Definition of temporalty

plural

-es

  1. 1a obsolete :  temporality 1a b :  temporality 1b

  2. 2 :  lay persons (as lords temporal and commons) :  laity —distinguished from spirituality

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Origin and Etymology of temporalty

Middle English temporalte, from Middle French temporalité, from Medieval Latin temporalitat-, temporalitas


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