(Latin: nothing, not)
There are hundreds of other "non-" prefix words that can be found in dictionaries.
Motto of Queens College, Charlotte, North Carolina and Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA.
Virgil, in the Aeneid, gives us this way to acknowledge a fact of life: No one can reasonably be expected to become expert in all things.
1. A formal way of indicating dissent or another way of saying, "Nay."
2. The term used for expressing a negative vote, especially by the governing body of a university.
Based on a German source, Hercules is said to have settled in Cadiz, Spain, where he erected columns as a monument with the inscription: "These are the limit stones of Hercules" with the idea that this was the edge of the world.
Many Germans believe the phrase refers to something that is "the best", "the utmost", or "nothing better".
A term used by the pope to reject a suggestion that there be an innovation in a doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church. This term may also be used by others to mean that they can not honor a request.
Motto of the McCook Community College, McCook, Nebraska, USA.