ignotum per ignotius
/ Latin (ɪɡˈnəʊtʊm pər ɪɡˈnəʊtɪʊs) /
an explanation that is obscurer than the thing to be explained
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Word Origin for ignotum per ignotius
literally: the unknown by means of the more unknown
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