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See also Trivia
It was the beginners course at University (see trivium), and was thus used to speak of things that were basic, simple and trivial.
- insignificant trifles of little importance, especially items of unimportant information
- These trivia take up too much of the day.
- This trivia takes up too much of the day.
- A quiz game that involves obscure facts.
- I joined the trivia club this semester!
- Plural form of trivium
Usage notes 
- Formerly, trivia, as word derived from a Latin plural, required a plural verb, as in the first usage example above. Most modern authorities accept a singular verb, and this may be the preferred usage in the US. The game (2) is always regarded as a singular noun.
Derived terms 
insignificant trifles of little importance
- Telugu: sadaaranam
- nominative feminine singular of trivius
- nominative neuter plural of trivius
- accusative neuter plural of trivius
- vocative feminine singular of trivius
- vocative neuter plural of trivius
- ablative feminine singular of trivius