practice. We are ignorant. This word, which in law means we are uninformed, is written on a bill by a grand jury, when they find that there is not sufficient evidence to authorize their finding it a true bill. Sometimes, instead of using this word, the grand jury endorse on the bill, Not found. 4 Bl. Com. 305. Vide Grand Jury. Latin: “We are ignorant ;” “We ignore it.” Formerly the grand Jury used to write this word on bills of indictment when, after having heard the evidence, they thought the accusation against the prisoner was groundless, intimating that, though the facts might possibly be true, the truth did not appear to them; but now they usually write in English the words “Not a true bill,” or “Not found,” If that is their verdict; but they are still said to ignore the bill. Brown.