Nescience



[nesh-uh ns, nesh-ee-uh ns, nes-ee-] /ˈnɛʃ əns, ˈnɛʃ i əns, ˈnɛs i-/

noun
1.
lack of knowledge; ignorance.
2.
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/ˈnɛsɪəns/
noun
1.
a formal or literary word for ignorance
n.

“ignorance,” 1610s, from Late Latin nescientia, from nesciens (see nescient).

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