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profundity (n.)

early 15c., "bottom of the sea," from Old French profundite (Modern French profondité) and directly from Late Latin profunditatem (nominative profunditas) "depth, intensity, immensity," from profundus "deep, vast" (see profound). Meaning "depth of intellect, feeling, or spiritual mystery" in English is from c. 1500.

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Definitions of profundity from WordNet

profundity (n.)
wisdom that is recondite and abstruse and profound;
Synonyms: reconditeness / abstruseness / abstrusity / profoundness
profundity (n.)
intellectual depth; penetrating knowledge; keen insight; etc;
Synonyms: profoundness
profundity (n.)
the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas;
Synonyms: astuteness / profoundness / depth / deepness
profundity (n.)
the quality of being physically deep;
the profundity of the mine was almost a mile
Synonyms: deepness / profoundness
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