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fāma ae, f

1 FA-, a report, rumor, saying, talk, tradition : hac famā inpulsus, T.: a Brundisio nulla fama venerat: tristis a Mutinā: fama ac nuntius adferretur, Cs.: alqd famā accipere, to hear of , Cs.: fama est obscurior annis, V.: vaga, O.: ut fama est, V.: vetus est ut fama, H.: ita fama ferebat, O.: duplex inde fama est, a twofold tradition , L.: Romae constans fama omnium erat, esse, etc., L.: fama incerta duos equites venisse, a vague rumor , L.: fama occupat aurīs, Helenum regnare, V.: de interitu Clodi: istius suspicionis: incerta aeris alieni, L.—Person., Rumor : Fama, malum quā non aliud velocius ullum, V.: Fama tenet domum, etc., O.Public opinion, the popular voice, fame, repute, reputation : id si non fama adprobat, T.: adversus famam rumoresque hominum, L.: contra famam omnium, Cs.: turpis, infamy , S.: mala, S.: popularis, favor : pudica, Pr.: bona bonorum: bene loquendi: vappae ac nebulonis, H.Fair fame, reputation, renown, fame, good repute : Tua fama in dubium veniet, T.: fundamentum est famae iustitia: famae consulere, S.: ingeni: populi R., L.: fortunā, famā superiores: fama decus Divitiis parent, H.: magnam famam attulisse Fabio, glory , L.Ill-fame, blame, reproach, scandal : famam in se transtulit, T.: me fama atque invidia vexabat, S.: veterum malorum, V.: neque famam patieris inultae, the disgrace of remaining unavenged , V.

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