viduity

noun vi·du·i·ty \və̇ˈd(y)üətē\

Definition of viduity

plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of viduity

Middle English (Scots) viduite, from Middle French viduité, from Latin viduitat-, viduitas, from vidua widow + -itat-, -itas -ity


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