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īgnārus adj.

2 in+gnarus, ignorant, not knowing, unacquainted with, unskilled in, inexperienced, unaware. tu me ignaro, nec opinante, inscio notes, etc.: ubi imperium ad ignaros pervenit, etc., S.: obpressit necopinantes ignarosque omnes, L.: quisnam ignarum nostris deus appulit oris? V.: cum per ignaros errent animalia montīs, which knew them not, V.: Fors, blind, O.: harum rerum, T.: artis, T.: poliendae orationis: belli, S.: ante malorum, V.: flumina belli? H.: quid gravitas valeret: quanta invidiae immineret tempestas, L.: multos studiose contra esse dicturos: ignari venisse dictatorem, L.Not known, strange, unknown: lingua, S.: montes, V.: proles ignara parenti, O.

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