Definition of non-regent in English:

non-regent

noun

historical
  • Chiefly at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge: a master of arts who is not responsible for presiding over disputations; one who is not a regent.

adjective

historical
  • Of or relating to non-regents; (of a person) that is not a regent.

Origin

Late Middle English. From non- + regent. Compare post-classical Latin non-regens, adjective and noun.

Pronunciation

non-regent

/nɒnˈriːdʒ(ə)nt/