One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
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.
Of or relating to non-regents; (of a person) that is not a regent.
Late Middle English. From non- + regent. Compare post-classical Latin non-regens, adjective and noun.
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