Definition for entia (2 of 2)
noun, plural en·ti·a [en-shee-uh, -tee-uh] /ˈɛn ʃi ə, -ti ə/, Metaphysics.
Origin of ens
Examples from the Web for entia
But Entia are eternal; therefore these theories must be in part amended: we have shown how (b. 34).Aristotle|George Grote
This termination answers to the Latin antia or entia, and the English ance or ence.A Handbook of the Cornish Language|Henry Jenner
Motion and Rest are contraries; yet we say that each and both are Realities or Entia.
All division, distinction and relation are but entia rationis.
Theories of those who do not recognise a definite number of Entia or elements.