Complete Definition of "captivity"

English

Etymology
Form of captive, from the Middle English captive, from the Latin captivus. Entered into the English lexicon around 14c.

Noun
en-noun|captivities

  1. The state of being captive.
  2. obsolete A group of people/beings captive.
  3. The state or period of being imprisoned, confined, or enslaved.

Translations
trans-top|the state of being captive
Czech: zajetí n
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Finnish: vankeus
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trans-top|a group of people captive
Czech: zajatci p
trans-mid
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trans-top|the period of being captive
Czech: zajetí n
trans-mid
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See also
captive
captor

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