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name sb. (1 cf. the uses of Latin ‘nomine’)
1. “in (the) of,” under the title or designation of, in the character of Wiv. III. v. 102 “in the of foul clothes,” IV. iv. 78, Ado II. i. 181, Wint. III. ii. 61 “Which comes to me in of fault,” R2 I. i. 89; “by the of,” in the quality of, as Ado III. iii. 154, H5 II. ii. 146, &c., H8 II. i. 59 “by that name” (i.e. as a traitor), Mac. II. i. 16.
2. family, stock All'sW. I. iii. 164, &c., Tit. II. iii. 183 “our general name” (=the human race).
3. distinguished or honourable repute, honour Meas. I. ii. 179 “for a ,” 1H6 IV. iv. 9 “bear the ,” Cor. II. i. 151 “the whole name of the war.”
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