Top Definition
The degree or level of English culture that a person has.

It's etymology is derived from the word 'English' and the suffix '-itude', from Latin -tūdō (“signifying a noun of state”), via the French -itude.
"We should really go and see a Shakespeare play together. I need to brush up on my Englishitude".
by Neologifier October 12, 2011

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