misplaced belief in an ability or outcome, often resulting from an epistemological deficiency or behavioural impedence during childhood
It was laughable. He genuinuly believed that South Africa had an outside chance of taking the rugby world cup. He was so naive.
by baizewood December 17, 2003
Fiona accused Jim of taking advantage of Gilberts `naivity` by telling jokes and stories that he knew the child wouldnt understand.
by jimnfiona4ever October 04, 2010