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innocence
noun Date: 14th century 1. a. freedom from guilt or sin through being unacquainted with evil ; blamelessness b. chastity c. freedom from legal guilt of a particular ...
innocency
noun (plural -cies) Date: 14th century innocence; also an innocent action or quality
innocent
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin innocent-, innocens, from in- + nocent-, nocens wicked, from present participle of nocēre to harm — more ...
Innocent
biographical name name of 13 popes: especially II died 1143 (pope 1130-43); III 1160(or 1161)-1216 (pope 1198-1216); IV d 1254 (pope 1243-54); XI 1611-1689 (pope 1676-89)
innocently
adverb see innocent
innocuous
adjective Etymology: Latin innocuus, from in- + nocēre Date: 1598 1. producing no injury ; harmless 2. not likely to give offense or to arouse strong feelings or hostility ...
innocuously
adverb see innocuous
innocuousness
noun see innocuous
innominate
adjective Etymology: Late Latin innominatus, from Latin in- + nominatus, past participle of nominare to nominate Date: 1638 having no name ; unnamed; also anonymous
innominate artery
noun Date: 1870 brachiocephalic artery
innominate bone
noun Date: 1866 hip bone
innominate vein
noun Date: 1876 brachiocephalic vein
innovate
verb (-vated; -vating) Etymology: Latin innovatus, past participle of innovare, from in- + novus new — more at new Date: 1548 transitive verb 1. to introduce as or as if ...
innovation
noun Date: 15th century 1. the introduction of something new 2. a new idea, method, or device ; novelty • innovational adjective
innovational
adjective see innovation
innovative
adjective Date: 1608 characterized by, tending to, or introducing innovations • innovatively adverb • innovativeness noun
innovatively
adverb see innovative
innovativeness
noun see innovative
innovator
noun see innovate
innovatory
adjective see innovate
Inns of Court
Date: 15th century 1. the four sets of buildings in London belonging to four societies of students and practitioners of the law 2. the four societies that alone admit to ...
Innsbruck
geographical name city W Austria population 118,112
innuendo
noun (plural -dos or -does) Etymology: Latin, by nodding, from innuere to nod to, make a sign to, from in- + nuere to nod; akin to Latin nutare to nod — more at numen Date: ...
Innuit
variant of Inuit
innumerable
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin innumerabilis, from in- + numerabilis numerable Date: 14th century too many to be numbered ; countless; ...
innumerably
adverb see innumerable
innumeracy
noun see innumerate
innumerate
adjective Date: 1959 marked by an ignorance of mathematics and the scientific approach • innumeracy noun • innumerate noun
innumerous
adjective Etymology: Latin innumerus, from in- + numerus number Date: 1531 innumerable

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