|Origin:||vanité, from Latin vanitas, from vanus; VAIN|
van‧i‧ty plural vanities
too much pride in yourself, so that you are always thinking about yourself and your appearance:
Sabrina had none of the vanity so often associated with beautiful women.
2 [countable] also vanity table
a dressing table
the lack of importance of something compared to other things that are much more important