Definition of lowlihood in US English:

lowlihood

noun

rare, literary, poetic
  • The state or condition of being lowly.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Henry John Todd (d. 1845), Church of England clergyman and literary scholar. From lowly + -hood, originally as an alteration of lowlihead.

Pronunciation

lowlihood

/ˈləʊlɪhʊd/