Definition of discarnated in US English:

discarnated

adjective

rare
  • Deprived of flesh or of bodily form; disembodied.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Stevens (c1662–1726), translator and antiquary. From post-classical Latin discarnatus discarnate + -ed. Originally after Spanish descarnado discarnate. In later use after incarnated.

Pronunciation

discarnated

/dɪˈskɑːneɪtɪd/