Miscellaneous

mis·cel·la·ne·ous [mis-uh-ley-nee-uhs]

  1. consisting of members or elements of different kinds; of mixed character: a book of miscellaneous essays on American history.
  2. having various qualities, aspects, or subjects: a miscellaneous discussion.

[Origin: 1630–40; < L miscellāneus mixed, of all sorts, equiv. to miscell(us) mixed + -ān(us) -an + -eus -eous]