MEANING: adjective:
1. Without distinctive qualities.
2. Not belonging to a particular class.

ETYMOLOGY: From non- (not) + Latin descriptus, past participle of describere (to describe), from de- (off) + scribere (to write). Ultimately from the Indo-European root skribh- (to cut, separate, or sift) that has resulted in other terms such as manuscript, subscribe, scripture, scribble, describe, circumflex, and circumspect. Earliest documented use: 1669.

NON-RESCRIPT - Sorry you lost the first order, but I'm not going to issue another

NONDE'S CRYPT - Nonde is interred here

MONDE-SCRIPT - what god followed in creating everything in sept jours