noun, plural en·ti·a [en-shee-uh, -tee-uh] /ˈɛn ʃi ə, -ti ə/, Metaphysics.
Origin of ens
Definition for ens (2 of 3)
Origin of en
Definition for ens (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for ens
On the other hand, the nihil privativum and ens imaginarium are empty data for conceptions.The Critique of Pure Reason|Immanuel Kant
But you admit (says the Eleate) that the mind knows Ens:— and that Ens is known by the mind.
Ens or the Existent was eternal and unchangeable: Fiens or the Generated was always in change or transit, coming or going.
A literal translation, as Mr. M. Mason observes, of Ens Entium.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger
Clarence, klar′ens, n. a four-wheeled carriage, seated inside for two or more persons.