[ er-uh n-see, ur- ]
/ ˈɛr ən si, ˈɜr- /

noun, plural er·ran·cies.

the state or an instance of erring.
tendency to err.

Origin of errancy

First recorded in 1615–25, errancy is from the Latin word errantia a wandering. See errant, -cy Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

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British Dictionary definitions for errancy

/ (ˈɛrənsɪ) /

noun plural -cies

the state or an instance of erring or a tendency to err
Christianity the holding of views at variance with accepted doctrine
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