Definition of pupillarity in English:

pupillarity

(also pupilarity)

noun

  • Civil Law and Scottish Law. The state of being below the legal age of puberty; the period during which a person remains in this state. Compare "pupil". Now chiefly historical.

Origin

Mid 16th century. From Middle French pupilarité, pupillarité (French pupillarité; now rare) condition of being a ward, period of time during which a child is a ward from pupillaire + -ité.

Pronunciation

pupillarity

/ˌpjuːpɪˈlarɪti/