Etymology
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benignity (n.)

"goodness of disposition," late 14c., from Old French benignité "goodness, kindness" (12c.), from Latin benignitatem (nominative benignitas) "kindness, friendliness, benevolence," from benignus "kindly, kindhearted" (see benign).

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Definitions of benignity

benignity (n.)
the quality of being kind and gentle;
Synonyms: benignancy / graciousness
benignity (n.)
a kind act;
Synonyms: kindness
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