Definition of supposite in English:

supposite

(also supposit)

noun

Philosophy
  • A being that subsists by itself, an individual thing or person; (occasionally) a being in relation to its attributes. Also (and earlier) called suppositum.

Origin

Late 16th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin suppositum suppositum.

Pronunciation

supposite

/ˈsʌpəzɪt/ /ˈsʌpəsɪt/