Definition of placeness in English:

placeness

noun

rare
  • Originally: the quality of having or occupying a place. Later also: the quality reminiscent of a particular locality or place.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Nathaniel Fairfax (1637–1690), physician and antiquary. From place + -ness.

Pronunciation

placeness

/ˈpleɪsnɪs/