Etymology
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precocity (n.)

"premature growth, ripeness, or development," 1630s, from French précocité (17c.), from précoce "precocious," from Latin praecocem (nom. praecox) "maturing early;" see precocious.

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Definitions of precocity

precocity (n.)
intelligence achieved far ahead of normal developmental schedules;
Synonyms: precociousness
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