Definition of nascency in US English:

nascency

noun

  • See nascent

    • ‘These examples of the geological museum in its nascency give hints of aspects that remain important in its modern role.’
    • ‘You are encouraged to question everything you know about fashion as you are taken on an individual journey from nascency to empyrean.’
    • ‘Even in the venture's nascency, he clearly saw ‘a critical link between the town and the university community.’’
    • ‘In some part of the period of time preceding its actualization, an ontological possibility becomes a nascent actuality, and external consistency a necessary condition for nascency.’
    • ‘We are within the nascency of a new age, a new concept of time, a new symbiotic entelechy.’