Ubiquity is the state of being very widespread or seeming to be everywhere at once.(noun)
When a new popular book seems to be discussed absolutely everywhere and by absolutely everyone, this is an example of ubiquity.
See ubiquity in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Fr ubiquité < L ubique, everywhere < ubi, where + -que, any, akin to qui: see who
See ubiquity in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: New Latin ubīquitās
Origin: , from Latin ubīque, everywhere
Origin: : ubī, where; see kwo- in Indo-European roots
Origin: + -que, and, generalizing particle; see kwe in Indo-European roots.
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