Synonyms for Trivia:

n.

data, datum, fact, fiddle-faddle, frippery, froth, important, information, news, nonsense, report, small change, surface, word, findings, small potatoes, A to Z. adjunct, detail, non-issue, nothing, stuff, Minutiae, inessentials, dead wood. details (noun)
Minutiae.
trivia (noun)
small beer, trifle, triviality.
unimportance (noun)
banality, frivolity, inconsequence, insignificance, insipidity, irrelevance, minutia, triteness, unimportance, triflingness.

Other synonyms:

fiddle-faddle, non-issue, nothing, Minutiae, inessentials, small potatoes, dead wood. adjunct, detail, small change, stuff. frippery, froth. nonsense. Other relevant words:
adjunct, detail, fiddle-faddle, frippery, froth, non-issue, nonsense, small beer, small change, stuff, trifle, triviality, Minutiae, inessentials, small potatoes.

Usage examples for trivia

  1. As when in nights serene of the full moon Smiles Trivia among the nymphs eternal Who paint the firmament through all its gulfs, Saw I, above the myriads of lamps, A Sun that one and all of them enkindled, E'en as our own doth the supernal sights, And through the living light transparent shone The lucent substance so intensely clear Into my sight, that I sustained it not. – Divine-Comedy-Longfellow-s-Translation-Complete by Dante Alighieri
  2. That library's research desk is superlative - they take inquiries over the phone, and they've often answered such obscure trivia questions for me that I was almost embarrassed to ask them. – Diamond Dust by K. Kay Shearin
  3. Also, he roamed about the metropolis, and became learned in the highways and byways, north and south, and east and west- a knowledge which bore excellent fruit in " Trivia – Life And Letters Of John Gay (1685-1732) by Lewis Melville