Ignoramus

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Ignoramus may mean:

  • Latin for "we do not know"
  • Ignoramus, a college farce written in 1615 in Latin by George Ruggle
  • An ignorant person or dunce (as a consequence of Ruggle's play)
  • A verdict by a Grand Jury, meaning "we do not know of any reason why this person should be indicted on these charges"

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