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Null is usually that which has no value (nothingness) or no effect. It originates from the Latin word nullus, meaning not any. "Null" is the word for zero in German and Norwegian. (Similar to "nul" in Dutch and Danish, "noll" in Swedish and "nulo" in Esperanto.)

Origin [French nul, from Old French, from Latin nullus. See ne in Indo-European Roots.]