1. the quality or state of being naive; natural or artless simplicity.
  2. a naive action, remark, etc.

n.1670s, from French naïveté, from Old French naiveté “genuineness, authenticity,” literally “native disposition” (see naive). Englished form naivety is attested from 1708.

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