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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Late Latin
Origin: multiplicitas, from Latin multiplex; MULTIPLEX

multiplicity

noun
     
mul‧ti‧pli‧ci‧ty [singular, uncountable] formal
a large number or great variety of things
multiplicity of
the multiplicity of courses available to language students

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