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mundanity

[muhn-dan-i-tee] /mʌnˈdæn ɪ ti/
noun, plural mundanities.
1.
the condition or quality of being mundane; mundaneness.
2.
an instance of being mundane:
one of the mundanities of everyday life.
Origin of mundanity
1495-1505
First recorded in 1495-1505; mundane + -ity
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Word Origin and History for mundanities

mundanity

n.

c.1500, from Middle French mondanité or directly from Medieval Latin mundanitatem (nominative mundanitas), from Late Latin mundanus "belonging to the world" (see mundane).

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