(None), n. [F.] Same as Nones, 2.
1. Not effective.
2. (Mil.) Not fit or available for duty.
(||Non-e"go) n. [L., not I.] (Metaph.) The union of being and relation as distinguished from,
and contrasted with, the ego. See Ego.
(Non`e*las"tic) a. Not having elasticity.
(Non`e*lect") n. sing. & pl. (Theol.) A person or persons not elected, or chosen, to salvation.
(Non`e*lec"tion) n. Failure of election.
(Non`e*lec"tric Non`e*lec"tric*al) , a. Not electric; conducting electricity.
(Non`e*lec"tric), n. (Physics) A substance that is not an electric; that which transmits electricity,
as a metal.
(Non`em*phat"ic Non`em*phat"ic*al) , a. Having no emphasis; unemphatic.
(Non*en"ti*ty) n.; pl. Nonentities
1. Nonexistence; the negation of being.
2. A thing not existing. South.
3. A person or thing of little or no account. [Colloq.]
(Non`-E*pis"co*pal) a. Not Episcopal; not pertaining to the Episcopal church or system.
(Nones) n. pl. [L. nonae, so called because it was the ninth day before the ides, fr. nonus
ninth, from novem nine. See Nine, Nones, 2, Noon .]