vility


vility
\\ˈviləd.ē\ noun (-es)
Etymology: Middle English vilite, from Middle French vilité, from Latin vilitat-, vilitas cheapness, baseness, vileness, from vilis cheap, base, vile + -itat-, -itas -ity — more at vile
2. obsolete : lowness of estate or value

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  • Vility — Vil i*ty, n. [L. vilitas: cf. F. vilet[ e], vilit[ e], OF. vilt[ e].] Vileness; baseness. [Obs.] Kennet. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vility — vil·i·ty …   English syllables