inconsequentia

plural noun
in·​con·​se·​quen·​tia | \ˌinˌkän(t)sə̇ˈkwench(ē)ə\

Definition of inconsequentia 

: matters of no grave moment or significance : trivia the inconsequentia of daily life

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History and Etymology for inconsequentia

Late Latin, neuter plural of inconsequens

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