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cōgnitiō ōnis, f

com- + GNA-, a becoming acquainted with, acquiring knowledge, knowledge, acquaintance: rerum: animi: urbis: cognitione atque hospitio dignus.—A conception, notion, idea: deorum innatae cognitiones. — In law, a judicial examination, inquiry, cognizance, trial: ipsius cognitio de existimatione: captorum agrorum: vacantium militiae munere, L.: inter patrem et filium, L.: dies cognitionis, the day of trial: centurionum Cognitio de milite, Iu.: tribuni, a decree, Iu.Recognition, discovery: cognitio facta esse filium natum, T.: de cognitione ut certum sciam, to make sure of the discovery, T.

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