non legitimacy

legitimacy

[li-jit-uh-muh-see]
noun
the state or quality of being legitimate.

Origin:
1685–95; legitim(ate) + -acy

nonlegitimacy, noun


lawfulness, legality, rightfulness.
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legitimacy
1690s, of children; general use from 1836; see legitimate.
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