Definition of noverint in US English:

noverint

noun

historical
  • A scrivener; a law-clerk.

Origin

Late 16th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin nōverint, 3rd plural subjunctive of nōvisse to know, perfect of nōscere to get to know, learn, occurring in post-classical Latin in the opening phrase of writs, noverint universi ‘let all men know’.