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Definition of Nemine

Refusal of a resounding character used in cultured contexts of the Spanish language. In other words, it is equivalent to a “no” that does not lead to procrastination or ambiguity.

Accompanied by the term discrepant, the expression is interpreted in Spanish as “without anyone disagreeing or dissenting”. It is used in debate contexts to announce the unanimity of a decision.


The term némine comes from Latin and literally means “no” or “none”. This Latin phrase is used in texts or cultured contexts to give a specific and outright negation.

Generally, the word némine is accompanied by some verbs, which is why it is grammatically qualified as a Latin adverb. Its use in the Spanish language is fully accepted and can even be found in classic or other texts.

émine discrepante is a sentence used in situations of debate, decision-making or voting. Therefore, it is expressed in different contexts, for example, when an opinion or decision does not have any type of contradiction, that is, it is accepted unanimously.


émine is a word used in similar contexts with other verbs. Another of the expressions that use this term is, namely, némine dissentiente which means “without protests”.

There are phrases such as contradictory némine that means “without contradictions, némine laedere that means” without injuries “and abiit némine salutato that refers to” no one has come to say hello”.