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unity

[ yoo-ni-tee ]
/ ˈyu nɪ ti /
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noun, plural u·ni·ties.
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Origin of unity

1250–1300; Middle English unite<Old French <Latin ūnitās, equivalent to ūn(us) one + -itās-ity

synonym study for unity

1. See union.

OTHER WORDS FROM unity

non·u·ni·ty, noun, plural non·u·ni·ties.self-u·ni·ty, nounsu·per·u·ni·ty, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for unity

unity
/ (ˈjuːnɪtɪ) /

noun plural -ties

Word Origin for unity

C13: from Old French unité, from Latin ūnitās, from ūnus one
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