ignarus

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He once declared that he knew as little Italian as East Indian, "vulgaris linguae vestratis tam sum ignarus quam Indicae"; see the anecdote in Apophthegmata 8, LB.
The emphasis is ironic because Severian is ignarus, ignorant of their treachery and blind to their disguises.
Ignor for ignore, Ignore comes from the Latin word ignorare, which means 'to know' and ignarus meaning 'ignorant'.
illic res Italas Romanorumque triumphos haud vatum ignarus venturique inscius aevi fecerat ignipotens .
Ignore comes from the Latin words ignorare and ignarus