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per•so•na non gra•ta



Pronunciation: (per-sō'nä nōn grä'tä; Eng. pur-sō'nu non grä'tu, grā'-, grat'u), [key]
pl. per•so•nae non gra•taePronunciation: (per-sō'nī nōn grä'tī; Eng. pur-sō'nē non grä'tē, grā'-, grat'ē). [key]
Latin.
1. a person who is not welcome: He has become persona non grata in our club since his angry outburst.
2. a diplomatic representative unacceptable to an accrediting government.

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