Ignoramus

Ignoramus is a college farce, a 1615 academic play by George Ruggle. Written in Latin (with passages in English and French), it was arguably the most famous and influential academic play of English Renaissance drama. Ruggle based his play on La Trappolaria (1596), an Italian comedy by Giambattista della Porta (which in turn borrows from the Pseudo...
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Ignoramus

• (n.) A stupid, ignorant person; a vain pretender to knowledge; a dunce. • (n.) We are ignorant; we ignore; -- being the word formerly written on a bill of indictment by a grand jury when there was not sufficient evidence to warrant them in finding it a true bill. The phrase now used is, `No bill,` `No true bill,` or `Not found,` though ...
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Ignoramus

Ig`no·ra'mus noun [ Latin , we are ignorant. See Ignore .] 1. (Law) We are ignorant; we ignore; -- being the word formerly written on a bill of indictment by a grand jury when there was not sufficient evidence to warrant them in finding it a true bill. The phrase now used is, 'No bi...
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ignoramus

an ignorant person
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ignoramus

ignoramus, ignoramuses 1. An extremely ignorant person. 2. Someone who is ignorant, often ridiculously so; a dunce. 3. Etymology: From New Latin ignoramus, a grand jury's endorsement upon a bill of indictment when evidence is deemed insufficient to send the case to a trial jury, from Latin, 'we do not know', first person plural, present tense, of...
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ignoramus

[n] - an ignorant person
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