easiness etymology

English word easiness comes from English easy, English -ness

Detailed word origin of easiness

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
easy English (eng) In a manner without strictness or harshness.. In a relaxed or casual manner.. Not difficult, not hard. (Can we add an example for this sense?). Used an intensifier for large magnitudes. Something that is easy (rowing) (finance, dated) Not straitened as to money matters; opposed to tight.. (informal, pejorative, of a person) Consenting readily to sex.. (now, rare, _, except in certain [...]
-ness English (eng) Appended to adjectives to form nouns meaning "the state of being(the adjective)", "the quality of being(the adjective)", or "the measure of being(the adjective)".. Appended to words of other parts of speech to form nouns (often nonce words or terms in philosophy) meaning the state/quality/measure of the idea represented by these words.
easiness English (eng) Freedom from discomfort and worry: comfort.. Freedom from inhibition and awkwardness: grace.. Lack of concern or care: carelessness, indolence.. Lack of difficulty or trouble: facility; simplicity.. Lack of firm conviction: gullibility, credulity.. Lack of harshness: gentleness, kindness.. The state or quality of being easy in its various senses, particularly:.

Words with the same origin as easiness

Descendants of easy
CRIME easily steezy
Descendants of -ness
awareness cleanliness craziness darkness dizziness emptiness express fondness foolishness happiness highness illness kindness nothingness readiness selfishness shyness strength talent tenderness ugliness unhappiness weakness weirdness willingness