Un modernity

modernity

[mo-dur-ni-tee, moh-]
noun, plural modernities.
1.
the quality of being modern.
2.
something modern.

Origin:
1620–30; modern + -ity

hypermodernity, noun, plural hypermodernities.
unmodernity, noun, plural unmodernities.
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modernity (mɒˈdɜːnɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  the quality or state of being modern
2.  something modern

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modernity
1620s, from M.L. modernitatem, noun of quality from modernus (see modern).
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