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īgnōminia ae, f

2 in+(g)nomen, disgrace, dishonor, ignominy: nominis Romani: nisi honos ignominia putanda est: admonebat conplurīs ignominiae, S.: ignominiā mortuum adficere: gravior omni volnere, Iu.: ignominiis adfici: senatūs, inflicted by the Senate: amissarum navium, Cs.: familiae, N.—As a legal and military term, degradation, infamy, disgrace: censoria, inflicted by a censor: homines ignominiā notati: alqm ignominiā notare, Cs.: milites cum ignominiā dimissi, L.

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