Definition of quiety in English:

quiety

noun

rare
  • Quietness; calmness, peace, tranquillity.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Robert Henryson (d. c1490), poet. From Anglo-Norman and Middle French quieté from quiete + -té; compare -iety. Compare post-classical Latin quietas, Spanish quietad, both rare.

Pronunciation

quiety

/ˈkwʌɪəti/