Common misspellings for humanity:
humanitaian, humand, cummunity, humdity, humanty, humit, humanatty, homecity, himvand, humant, huminity, humulity, imunnity, hummanity, humanily, cumunity, lamanit, humainly, humainty, humiidity, zumanity, humunet, humiditiy, humity, couminity, humanith, humanites, cominity, humoniod, humlity, huminty, himanoid, humaninty, feminity, humany, humunly, humnanity, humality, humidty, amunity, humitity, humaity, himand, humanitain, humanoud, coumunity, hummanty, humantiy, humanife, omunity, permanety, himinto, humaid, humaintiy, humantity, cumminity, humitiy, humiltiy, humunity, humanitiy, hamanity, haematite, hannity, huminist, emunity, huminaty, humaning, huminoid, humanitty, humindy, humanic, hummidity, himthat, himanity, humanlife, humilty, huamnity, cummuinty, humantly, humanitly, humanitys, hamnet, feminitiy, hunanity, manity, humedity, humanolid, hunity, humaniod, humitidy, humanit, humanaty, hummidty, coummnity, humanitary, humainity, cumminty, humaist, cumnity, camunity, cuminity, eemnity, humanitarial, humnaity, humadity, humiddity, gumanity, bumanity, numanity, jumanity, uumanity, yumanity, hymanity, hhmanity, hjmanity, h8manity, h7manity, hukanity, hujanity, humznity, humsnity, humwnity, humqnity, humabity, humamity, humajity, humahity, humanuty, humanjty, humankty, humanoty, human9ty, human8ty, humaniry, humanify, humanigy, humaniyy, humani6y, humani5y, humanitt, humanitg, humanitu, humanit7, humanit6, ghumanity, hgumanity, bhumanity, hbumanity, nhumanity, hnumanity, jhumanity, hjumanity, uhumanity, huumanity, yhumanity, hyumanity, huymanity, hhumanity, huhmanity, hujmanity, hiumanity, huimanity, h8umanity, hu8manity, h7umanity, hu7manity, hunmanity, hukmanity, humkanity, humjanity, humzanity, humaznity, humsanity, humasnity, humwanity, humawnity, humqanity, humaqnity, humabnity, humanbity, humamnity, humanmity, humajnity, humanjity, humahnity, humanhity, humanuity, humaniuty, humanijty, humankity, humanikty, humanoity, humanioty, human9ity, humani9ty, human8ity, humani8ty, humanirty, humanitry, humanifty, humanitfy, humanigty, humanitgy, humaniyty, humanityy, humani6ty, humanit6y, humani5ty, humanit5y, humanityt, humanityg, humanithy, humanityh, humanituy, humanityu, humanit7y, humanity7, humanity6, umanity, hmanity, huanity, humnity, humaniy, uhmanity, hmuanity, humaniyt, humaanity, humannity, humaniity, humanity, xumanity, lumanity, iumanity, h5manity, hemanity, hqmanity, hwmanity, htmanity, hu-anity, hueanity, huianity, huoanity, hulanity, humenity, humcnity, huma.ity, humafity, humaoity, humanyty, humanmty, humanhty, humani4y, humanidy, humanipy, humanivy, humaniuy, humanit9, humaniti, humanitq, humanitx, humanayety, humaneyety, humaknity, h umanity, hu manity, hum anity, huma nity, human ity, humani ty, humanit y.
Definition of humanity:
- Classical learning.
- the quality of being human; " he feared the speedy decline of all manhood"
- Mankind collectively; the human race.
- The quality of being humane; the kind feelings, dispositions, and sympathies of man; especially, a disposition to relieve persons or animals in distress, and to treat all creatures with kindness and tenderness.
- Mental cultivation; liberal education; instruction in classical and polite literature.
- The branches of polite or elegant learning; as language, rhetoric, poetry, and the ancient classics; belles- letters.
- The nature peculiar to a human being: the kind feelings of man: benevolence: tenderness: mankind collectively:- pl. HUMANITIES, in Scotland, grammar, rhetoric, Latin, Greek, and poetry, so called from their humanizing effects: the preparatory course in Catholic ecclesiastical seminaries and some other institutions of learning.
- Nature of a human being; mankind; benevolence; mercy.
- Mankind collectively.
- The state of being humane; a humane act.
- The nature peculiar to man; mankind; the kind feelings, dispositions, and sympathies of man; benevolence; classical learning; classical literature; in Scotland, Latin. The humanities, grammar, rhetoric, the Latin and Greek languages, and poetry.
- The quality of being human; the peculiar nature of man; the human race; benevolence; mental cultivation befitting man; in Scot., one of the humanities- Latin, Greek, rhetoric, poetry, grammatical studies.