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naïve people

Naïve

[nah-eev]
Naïve may refer to:

  • a French loanword (adjective, form of naïf) indicating having or showing a lack of experience, understanding or sophistication
  • Naïve art, art created by untrained artists, or artists aspiring to naïve realisations
  • Naïve realism, a theory of perception thought to be representative of most people's understanding and method of interpretation of their perceptions
  • Naïve algorithm, a very simple solution to a problem that has a very high time- or memory- complexity
  • Naive set theory, a non-axiomatic approach to set theory, in mathematics
  • Naïve-liberalism
  • Drug-naïve, a patient who has not previously used a particular drug (e.g., an opioid) during a particular course of treatment, and therefore has no tolerance; or someone who has not been exposed previously to an antigen
  • Naïve (company), also known as Opus111, a French recording label
  • Naïve (album), industrial rock group KMFDM's fifth album, released in 1990
  • Naïve (song), a 2006 song by British post-punk rock band The Kooks, featured on their debut album

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