ignarus

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Salviati] homo fuit, id quod Dii atque homines sciunt, omnis divini atque humani iuris ignarus et contemptor, omnibus flagitiis et facinoribus coopertus, luxuria perditus et lenociniis infamis.
The emphasis is ironic because Severian is ignarus, ignorant of their treachery and blind to their disguises.
Sextus dies agitur, commilitones, ex quo ignarus futuri, et siue optandum hoc nomen siue timendum erat, Caesar adscitus sum.
No se trata de 'presumir la mala fe'; sencillamente se impone demostrar el factum de sanciones tutelares por fuera de lo comun: quien incurrio en un error de cuyas consecuencias adversas aspira a escapar, tiene que probar la justificacion de aquel: que no fue stultus, ignarus o negligens, sino, por el contrario, prudens o peritus o diligens.
Igualmente XXVI, 10, 12: imperator enim promptior ad nocendum, criminantibuspatens, et funereas delationes adsciscens, per suppliciorum diuersitates effrenatius exultauit, sententiae illius Tullianae ignarus, docentis infelices esse eos qui omnia sibi licere existimarunt.
1) Celastraceae Maytenus cuezzoi Legname (4) Cucurbitaceae Sicyos ignarus Mart.
Et tantarum rerum ignarus agnoscitur, qui eam minime quesisse sentitur" (MARSILIUS VON PADUA, Defensor Pacis, I, 1, 1).
illic res Italas Romanorumque triumphos haud vatum ignarus venturique inscius aevi fecerat ignipotens .
Ignore comes from the Latin words ignorare and ignarus
Ignor for ignore, Ignore comes from the Latin word ignorare, which means 'to know' and ignarus meaning 'ignorant'.
The hero often qualified by Virgil as ignarus is the one who blindly bears the shield and the destiny of the whole future history of Rome.