nonentities (plural noun) · non-entity (noun) · non-entities (plural noun)
  1. a person or thing with no special or interesting qualities; an unimportant person or thing.
    "a political nonentity"
    unimportant person · person of no importance · person of no account ·
    • the quality or condition of being uninteresting or unimportant.
      "the collection of topics is saved from nonentity by the stature of the contributors"
  2. non-existence.
    "asserting the nonentity of evil"
late 16th century: from medieval Latin nonentitas ‘non-existence’.
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the collection of topics is saved from nonentity by the stature of the contributors.
asserting the nonentity of evil.
a political nonentity.
entity and nonentity.
How to say nonentity in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic نونينتيتي
Bosnian (Latin) lice
Bulgarian нищожество
Cantonese (Traditional) 非實體
Chinese Simplified 非实体
Chinese Traditional 非實體
Croatian Nema
Czech nula
Danish præstedømme
Dutch onbeduidendheid
Finnish tyhjäntoimittaja
French rien
German nichts
Greek ασήμαντος άνθρωπος
Hebrew גרוע
Hindi तुच्छता
Hungarian senki
Icelandic utan einingar
Indonesian tak berarti
Italian nullità
Japanese すそ
Kiswahili linatudhihirishia
Lithuanian nebūtis
Polish Deava bez kompleksów
Portuguese nulidade
Querétaro Otomi otho
Romanian nefiinţă
Russian ничтожество
Serbian (Cyrillic) и невидљива
Serbian (Latin) i nevidljiva
Slovak fikcia
Spanish nada
Swedish sladdbarn
Tamil தளத்துக்குள்ளேயே
Telugu అసంస్థ
Turkish hiçlik
Ukrainian нікчемність
Urdu نیستی
Yucatec Maya Mix ba'al
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