Definition of internity in English:

internity

noun

rare
  • The quality or fact of being internal, inwardness; the inner part, especially of a person's being.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Henry Brooke (c1703–1783), writer and playwright. From classical Latin internus intern + -ity.

Pronunciation

internity

/ɪnˈtəːnɪti/