From Late Latin ēns (“thing”), from esse (“to be”). See entity.
ens (plural enses or entia)
- (philosophy) An entity or being; an existing thing, as opposed to a quality or attribute.
- (chemistry, alchemy, now historical) Something supposed to condense within itself all the virtues and qualities of a substance from which it is extracted; an essence, an active principle.
- plural of en
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