PRONUNCIATION: (doo-BY-i-tee, dyoo-)

MEANING: noun: Doubtfulness or uncertainty.

ETYMOLOGY: If you’re experiencing dubiety, you are of two minds, etymologically speaking. From Latin dubius (wavering), from duo (two). Ultimately from the Indo-European root dwo- (two) that also gave us dual, double, doubt, diploma (literally, folded in two), twin, between, redoubtable, and didymous. Earliest documented use: 1750.
Remove the initial letter and you get ubiety

BUBIETY - 1. grandmotherliness 2. Alabama-redneck-ness

CUBIETY - having three dimensions

DAUBIETY - bad artwork