Definition of corporality in English:

corporality

Pronunciation /ˌkôrpəˈralədē/ /ˌkɔrpəˈrælədi/

noun

rare
  • Material or corporeal existence.

    ‘Marie's love lives on, either in corporality or only in her own mind.’
    • ‘They meant, of course, to say that our souls outlive us, that we are more than blood and bone and corporality.’
    impermanence, temporality, transience, ephemerality, impermanency, perishability

Origin

Late Middle English from late Latin corporalitas, from Latin corporalis ‘relating to the body’ (see corporal).