Definition of tableness in English:

tableness

noun

Philosophy
  • The essential nature of a table; the abstract quality of being a table.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles Duke Yonge (1812–1891), classical scholar and historian. From table + -ness, after post-classical Latin menseitas (Erasmus), itself after Hellenistic Greek τραπεζότης (Diogenes Laertius, citing Plato).

Pronunciation

tableness

/ˈteɪblnəs/