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īgnōtus adj. with comp. and sup.

in+ (g)notus, unknown, strange, unrecognized, unfamiliar: locus, T.: ignotior gens, L.: adversus ignotos inter se, L.: bella, of uncertain result, V.: favos ignotus adedit Stellio, unnoticed, V.: mortes, inglorious, H.: alter (dies) in volgus ignotus: militibus loca, Cs.: nomen populo.—As subst m.: tamquam ignoto lacrimam daret, a stranger, O.: notum ignotumque discernere, Ta.—As subst n.: Haud ignota loquor, V.: si proferres ignota, unfamiliar themes, H.: Omne ignotum pro magnifico est, Ta.Unknown, obscure, without repute, mean: hic ignotissimus Phryx: homo.—Of low birth, ignoble, low-born, base, vulgar: ignotā matre inhonestus, H.: naso suspendis adunco Ignotos, H.: Achivi, O.Unacquainted with, ignorant of: producere ad ignotos (alquem): ignotos fallit, notis est derisui, Ph.: ignoti contemnebant, N.

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