Being Definition

bēĭng
beings
noun
beings
The state or fact of existing or living; existence or life.
Webster's New World
A person.
American Heritage
That which exists, can exist, or can be logically conceived.
Webster's New World
An individual form of life; an organism.
American Heritage
All the physical and mental qualities that make up a person; personality.
Webster's New World
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conjuntion
Because; since. Often used with as or that.
American Heritage
The definition of being is since or because.
An example of being is using it to state that since the ice cream truck didn't come tonight, no one had dessert.
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verb

Present participle of be.

Wiktionary
idiom
being as
  • since; because
Webster's New World
for the time being
  • for the present; for now
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Being

Noun

Singular:
being
Plural:
beings

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Origin of Being

  • Originated 1250–1300 from Middle English being; see be + -ing.

    From Wiktionary

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