vitality

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Etymology[edit]

From French vitalité, from Latin vitalitas (vital force, life), from vitalis (vital); see vital.

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vitality (plural vitalities)

  1. The capacity to live and develop
  2. Energy or vigour
  3. That which distinguishes living from nonliving things; life, animateness

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