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multiplicity (n.)

"state of being manifold or various," mid-15c., multiplicite, from Old French multiplicité or directly from Late Latin multiplicitas "manifoldness, multiplicity," from Latin multiplic-, stem of multiplex "many times as great in number" (see multiple). Related: Multiplicitous.

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Definitions of multiplicity from WordNet

multiplicity (n.)
the property of being multiple;
multiplicity (n.)
a large number;
Synonyms: numerousness / numerosity
From wordnet.princeton.edu