Definition of supremity in English:

supremity

noun

  • Supremacy.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Stephen Gardiner (d. 1555), theologian, administrator, and bishop of Winchester. From post-classical Latin supremitat-, supremitas highest honour, supreme power or authority (15th cent.; 1552 in a British source; earlier in senses ‘death’, (in plural) ‘extremities’) from classical Latin suprēmus + -tās.

Pronunciation

supremity

/sʊˈprɛmɪti//suːˈprɛmɪti//sjʊˈprɛmɪti/