having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue; "an irrelevant comment"; "irrelevant allegations"
(irrelevance) the lack of a relation of something to the matter at hand
Relevance describes how pertinent, connected, or applicable something is to a given matter. A thing is relevant if it serves as a means to a given purpose. Imagine a patient suffering a well-defined disease such as scurvy caused by lack of vitamin C. ...
not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected
(Irrelevance) In cases of pseudoreasoning, the failure of a motivation to justify one's believing a given claim or acting in a given way. The feelings or other motives appealed to in pseudoreasoning are not necessarily illegitimate feelings. ...
Not material. Irrelevancy forms the basis of an objection to the introduction of evidence asserting that the proposed evidence is not connected to the issue being decided.
A thing is irrelevant if it does not directly relate to an issue in the case. See relevant.
Evidence which is not important to the case and which will not tend to prove or disprove any of the issues.
Evidence not sufficiently related to the matter in issue.