See also: Unperson
From un- + person. Coined by George Orwell in 1949 as part of the Newspeak in his novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, where it refers to a person who has been executed or fell out of favor, whose entire history has been erased.
- A human who has been stripped of rights, identity or humanity.
- With his identity stolen, he became an unperson, unable to prove his existence to the government.
human stripped of rights
- (transitive) To strip (a human being) of rights, identity or humanity.