Meaning of universalia in English:

universalia

Pronunciation /juːnɪvəːˈseɪlɪə/

noun

  • Universal principles or ideas; (Logic and Philosophy) universals.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Peacham (b. 1578), writer and illustrator. From classical Latin ūniversālia, neuter plural of ūniversālis universal.