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nōtōrĭus , a, um, adj. notor,
I.pointing out, making known (post-class.); only subst.
I. nōtōrĭa , ae, f.
A. A notice, advice, intelligence, news: quod notoriā tuā intimāsti, Gall. ap. Treb. Claud. 17: “qui falsam de me notoriam pertulerat,information, indictment, App. M. 7, p. 189, 10 Oud., for notorium (v. infra).—
B. Notoria, ἀναφορά, Gloss.; cf.: μήνυσις, notoria, indicium, Gloss.—
II. nōtōrĭum , ii, n., an information, indictment: “nuntiatores, qui per notoria indicia produnt, notoriis suis assistere jubentur,Dig. 48, 16, 6; Symm. 10, 4.
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