Etymology
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femininity (n.)
late 14c., "feminine quality, womanliness, female nature," femynynytee, from feminine + -ity. From 1832 as "women collectively;" from 1853 as "character or state of being state of being a woman."
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inadvisability (n.)

"quality of being inadvisable," 1839, from inadvisable + -ity.

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nationhood (n.)

"state of being a nation," 1840, from nation + -hood.

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popularness (n.)

"state of being popular," 1727, from popular + -ness.

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apartness (n.)

"state of being apart," 1849, from apart + -ness.

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ceteris paribus 
Modern Latin, "other things being equal."
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arguable (adj.)
"capable of being argued," 1610s, from argue + -able.
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presence (n.)

mid-14c., "fact of being present, state of being in a certain place and not some other," also "space before or around someone or something," from Old French presence (12c., Modern French présence), from Latin praesentia "a being present," from praesentem (see present (adj.)).

From late 14c. as "state of being face to face with a superior or great personage." The meaning "carriage, demeanor, aspect" (especially if impressive) is from 1570s; that of "divine, spiritual, or incorporeal being felt as present" is from 1660s. Presence of mind (1660s) "calm, collected state of mind, with the faculties ready at command," is a loan-translation of French présence d'esprit, Latin praesentia animi.

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consciousness (n.)

1630s, "internal knowledge," from conscious + -ness. Meaning "state of being aware of what passes in one's own mind" is from 1670s; meaning "state of being aware" of anything is from 1746. Consciousness-raising is attested from 1968.

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reportable (adj.)

1842, "capable of being reported, coherent, detailed;" 1851, "worthy of being reported" (originally of court cases), from report (v.) + -able. Of accidents, etc., "proper to be reported to the authorities," by 1942. Related: Reportably.

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