- not consisting of matter; without material body or substance
- of spirits or angels
- Law without physical existence in itself but belonging as a right to a material thing or property: said of a patent, copyright, etc.
Origin of incorporealClassical Latin incorporeus (see incorporeity) + -al
- Lacking material form or substance.
- Law Of or relating to property or an asset that cannot be physically possessed, as a right or patent.
Origin of incorporealMiddle English incorporealle from Latin incorporeus in- not ; see in- 1. corporeus consisting of a body ; see corporeal .
(comparative more incorporeal, superlative most incorporeal)
incorporeal - Legal Definition
Having no tangible existence.