Definiton, Origin, and History
*"Hecknicity" (pl. hecknicities) is an obsolete English word that is rarely, if ever, seen in modern English publications. This word is not present anywhere on the internet, nor is it heard commonly in any English-speaking areas throughout the globe. However, it has appeared in many medieval texts. A definition follows:


**Hecknicity (hÄk-nÄ­-sÄ­-tÄ): (n.)something that causes many deaths and or injuries, something causing much distress or frustration.

*Origin- (Latin/Greek)

**"heck/hec" (form of hect/hecto)-Greek: a hundred, many
**"nici/nic"-Latin: death, kill, deadly, murderous,destructive

**"ity"-Latin: suffix used to form abstract nouns expressing act, state, quality, property, or condition corresponding to an adjective
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