The word for today is…
adscititious (adj) – Not inherent or essential; derived from something outside.
Source : The Free Dictionary
Etymology : Adscititious comes from a very “knowledgeable” family—it ultimately derives from sc?scere, the Latin verb meaning “to get to know, ascertain, vote for, approve.” The related sc?re means “to know” and is fundamental to science, conscience, prescience (“foreknowledge”), nescience (“lack of knowledge”), as well as adscititious. Admittedly, adscititious is more akin to adsc?scere, which means “to admit” or “to adopt.” This explains why adscititious describes something adopted from an outside source.