(Latin) extantia, exstantia, a standing out, from exstans, present participle See Extant.
Outward existence. (obsolete) Sir T. Browne.
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Latin extantia, exstantia, a standing out, from exstans, present participle. See extant.
extance (plural extances) (obsolete, rare) emergence 1682, Sir Thomas Browne, Christian Morals He who hath in his intellect the ideal existences of things and entities before their extances.
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