Etymology
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immobility (n.)

early 15c., from Old French immobilité (14c.) and directly from Latin immobilitatem (nominative immobilitas) "immovableness," noun of quality from Latin immobilis "immovable" (see immobile).

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Definitions of immobility

immobility (n.)
remaining in place;
Synonyms: stationariness / fixedness
immobility (n.)
the quality of not moving;
From wordnet.princeton.edu