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ignoramus (s) (noun); ignoramuses, ignorami (pl)
1. Someone who has an extreme lack of knowledge: To label or to indicate that someone is an ignoramus, is saying that he or she is stupid or uneducated; however, it can also mean that a person just doesn’t know the real facts about certain things.
2. Etymology: from Latin ignorare, "not to know, to misunderstand, to disregard"; from ignarus, "not knowing, unaware"; i- (variant of in-, "not" + gnarus, "aware, acquainted with".
Someone who has no knowledge.
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