a state of being quiet; rest; calmness
Origin of quietudeFrench quiétude ; from Late Latin quietudo
Origin of quietudeLate Latin qui&emacron;t&umacron;d&omacron;, from Latin qui&emacron;tus, resting, from past participle of qui&emacron;scere, to rest; see quiet.
(usually uncountable, plural quietudes)
From Late Latin quiÄ“tÅ«dÅ, from Latin quiÄ“tus, perfect passive participle of quiÄ“scÅ (“rest").