humanity

[ hyoo-man-i-tee or, often, yoo- ]
/ hyuˈmæn ɪ ti or, often, yu- /

noun, plural hu·man·i·ties.

all human beings collectively; the human race; humankind.
the quality or condition of being human; human nature.
the quality of being humane; kindness; benevolence.
the humanities,
  1. the study of classical languages and classical literature.
  2. the Latin and Greek classics as a field of study.
  3. literature, philosophy, art, etc., as distinguished from the natural sciences.
  4. the study of literature, philosophy, art, etc.

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Origin of humanity

1350–1400; Middle English humanite < Latin hūmānitās. See human, -ity

SYNONYMS FOR humanity

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OTHER WORDS FROM humanity

an·ti·hu·man·i·ty, noun, plural an·ti·hu·man·i·ties.o·ver·hu·man·i·ty, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for anti-humanity

humanity
/ (hjuːˈmænɪtɪ) /

noun plural -ties

the human race
the quality of being human
kindness or mercy
the humanities (plural) the study of literature, philosophy, and the arts
the study of Ancient Greek and Roman language, literature, etc
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