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Language: Old French
Origin: -ité, from Latin -itas

-ity

suffix
     
-ity also -ty [in nouns]
XX the state of having a particular quality, or something that has that quality:
with great regularity (=regularly)
such stupidities (=stupid actions or remarks)

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