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stultos* neg ess
nbsp; stult* + -os*
Fool.Essive of imbecility.

Synonyms (move to note)Idiot, tomfool, wiseacre, simpleton, Simple Simon, moron, gaby [colloq.], witling, dizzard [obs.], donkey, ass; ninny, ninny hammer, chowderhead [dial.], jolterhead or jolthead, mutt [slang], chucklehead [colloq.], dolt, booby, tomnoddy, loony or luny [slang], looby, hoddy-doddy [obs.], noddy, nonny [dial.], noodle, nizy [obs.], owl, goose, imbecile; radoteur [F.], nincompoop [colloq.], badaud [F.], zany [Eng.]; trifler, babbler; pretty fellow; natural, niais [F.]. _

child, baby, infant, innocent, milksop, sop.
oaf, lout, loon or lown [dial.]; bull-head, blunderhead, addle-pate, addle-brain, addlehead [all colloq.]; blockhead, dullhead, bonehead [slang], rattlepate, dullard, doodle [obs.], calf [colloq.], colt, buzzard [obs.], block, put, stick [colloq.], stock, numps [obs.], tony [obs.]; loggerhead, beetlehead, grosshead [obs.], muttonhead [colloq.], noodlehead, giddyhead [colloq.], numskull [colloq.], thickhead [colloq.], thick skull; lackbrain, shallow-brain; halfwit, lackwit; dunderpate; lunkhead [U. S.].
sawney [dial. Eng.], clod, clodhopper; clodpoll, clodpate, clotpole or clotpoll [obs.], clotpate [obs.], soft or softy [colloq. or slang], saphead [slang], bull calf [colloq.], spoony or spooney [slang], gawk, gawky, gowk, Gothamite, lummox [dial.], rube [U. S.]; men of Bœotia, wise men of Gotham.
un sot à triple étage [F.], sot [Scot.], jobbernowl [colloq., Eng.], changeling [archaic], mooncalf, gobemouche [F.].
greenhorn (dupe) [See Dupe]; dunce (ignoramus) [See Ignoramus]; lubber (bungler) [See Bungler]; madman [See Madman]; solid ivory.
one who -will not set the Thames on fire, - did not invent gunpowder, - does not exactly scintillate; qui n’a pas inventé la poudre [F.]; no conjuror; no Solomon.
DOTARD, driveler; old fogy or fogey [colloq.], old woman; crone, grandmother; cotquean [archaic], henhussy, betty [contempt].

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Results of Reasoning Correlations

* Judgment
* Discovery Result of search or inquiry. Precursor to judgment.
* Misjudgment Errant judgment.
* Overestimation
* Underestimation
fid* Belief Judgment without rigorous proof.
fidew* Unbelief Lack of belief. Judgment demanding rigorous proof.
* Credulity Willingness to believe or trust too readily, especially without proper or adequate evidence.
* Incredulity Lack of credulity.
* Assent Judgment in the positive.
* Dissent Judgment in the negative.
qn* Knowledge Means of good judgment.
qnew* Ignorance Lack of knowledge. Means of bad judgment.
qnos* Scholar Essive of knowledge.
qnewos* Ignoramus Essive of ignorance.
* Truth Object of knowledge.
* Error
* Maxim
qarq* Absurdity Contrarity to reason.
Good Judgment Bad Judgment
Acclivity sof* Intelligence stult* Imbecility
Essive of Acclivity sofos* Sage stultos* Fool
Soundness bakl* Sanity lys* Insanity
Essive of Soundness baklos* lysos* Madman

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