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After the lawyer Ignoramus, the titular character in the 1615 play by Georges Ruggle; from Latin ignōrāmus (we do not know).

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Ignoramus

Plural
Ignoramuses or ignorami

Ignoramus (plural Ignoramuses or ignorami)
  1. A totally ignorant person—unknowledgeable, uneducated, or uninformed; a fool.
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Directly from Latin ignōrāmus (we do not know).

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Ignoramus

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ignorami

Ignoramus (plural ignorami)
  1. (law, dated) A grand jury's ruling on an indictment when the evidence is determined to be insufficient to send the case to trial.

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īgnōrāmus

  1. first-person Patrono:Conjugation tag p present Patrono:Conjugation tag act indicative of īgnōrō.

io:ignoramus it:ignoramus kn:ignoramus my:ignoramus ru:ignoramus ta:ignoramus te:ignoramus vi:ignoramus zh:ignoramus

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