Definition of severalty in English:

severalty

noun

archaic
  • [mass noun] The condition of being separate:

    ‘the original severalty and subsequent consolidation of the different portions of Attica’
    • ‘There exists in this country an endemic resistance to a single thing on a plate and equally an equation between quality and severalty.’

Origin

Late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French severalte, from several (see several).

Pronunciation:

severalty

/ˈsɛv(ə)r(ə)lti/