noun, plural lo·cal·i·ties.
- localized nodular tenosynovitis,
- localized scleroderma
Origin of locality
Examples from the Web for locality
He adds that liberty-as-means must observe limits, including a right to exit any locality.
They are obtained from fragments of the gigantic salt vessels so plentiful in that locality.
The Bhīls worship the ordinary Hindu deities and the village godlings of the locality.The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India|R. V. Russell
The Tarthan swordsman, well up on the principles of discretion, felt a sudden urge to be quit of this locality.Quest of the Golden Ape|Ivar Jorgensen
Thus, the locality of the diphtheritic process determines to a great extent whether steam is indicated or not.
In this locality the original rock is a peridotite, relatively low in nickel, which has been altered to serpentine.The Economic Aspect of Geology|C. K. Leith
noun plural -ties
1620s, "fact of having a place," from French localité, from Late Latin localitatem (nominative localitas) "locality," from localis "belonging to a place" (see local). Meaning "a place or district" is from 1830.