Definition of beingness in English:

beingness

noun

  • The quality or state of existing, especially as distinct from having particular attributes; entity, actuality.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in John Chandler (b. c1625). From being, present participle of be + -ness, originally after post-classical Latin entitas entity; perhaps also occasionally from being + -ness.

Pronunciation

beingness

/ˈbiːɪŋnɪs/