Definition of equanimity in English:

equanimity

Syllabification: e·qua·nim·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌēkwəˈnimitē, ˌekwə-
 
/

noun

Derivatives

equanimous

Pronunciation: /iˈkwänəməs/
adjective
More example sentences
  • Be equanimous to your feelings about the outside world.
  • I needed to remain equanimous as well as in full awareness of the pain.

Origin

early 17th century (also in the sense 'fairness, impartiality'): from Latin aequanimitas, from aequus 'equal' + animus 'mind'.

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