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nōtus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of nosco, known : mihi quidam, T.: res tam nota: haec, quae nota sunt omnibus: latrones: tua nobilitas hominibus litteratis est notior: nullus fuit civis R. paulo notior, quin, etc., of any eminence , Cs.: vita P. Sullae vobis notissima: (ulmus) Nota sedes columbis, customary , H.: notis conpellat vocibus, familiar accents , V.: verbum, in common use , H.: Notum est, cur, etc., Iu.: ut Aeneas iactetur . . . Nota tibi, V.Plur m . as subst, acquaintances, friends : omnes noti me deserunt, T.: hi suos notos hospitesque quaerebant, Cs.: omnes Vicini oderunt, noti, H.Well known, famous : Lesbos, H.: Notus in fratres animi paterni, esteemed for , H.Plur n . as subst, notorious facts : quem nota et occulta fallebant, Ta.Well known, of ill repute, notorious : notissimi latronum duces: feritate Lycaon, O.: mulier: moechorum notissimus, Iu.

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