Definition of exility in US English:

exility

noun

  • Shrunken or attenuated condition, smallness in number or size; thinness, slenderness, meagreness.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin exīlitāt-, exīlitās thinness, leanness, narrowness, (of soil) poorness, thinness, (of sound) thinness, (of style) spareness, dryness, in post-classical Latin also scarcity, meagreness, poverty from exīlis + -tās.