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āgnōscō (ad-gn- or ad-n-) nōvī, nitus, ere,

to recognize, identify, make out: illa reminiscendo: nomine audito virum, L.: veterem amicum, V.: non agnoscendum os, O.: hominem, Ph.: Augusti laudes, praise appropriate to Augustus, H.: accipio adgnoscoque deos, accept the omen, and discern the hand of the gods, V.: adgnoscunt spolia inter se, i. e. by the spoils identify the dead, V.: Ipse certe agnoscet, will recognize (the picture I drew of him): virtus cum suum lumen agnovit in alio, appreciated.—To declare, recognize, acknowledge as one's own: mihi tantum tribui quantum nec agnosco nec postulo, admit as due to me: quem ille natum non agnorat, at his birth, N.: prolem, O.: me ducem, L.—Pass: cuius (Iovis) oraculo adgnoscor, as his son, Cu.—To acknowledge as true, recognize, assent to, approve: me non esse inopem: facti gloriam: crimen.—With ex, to acquire knowledge by, know through: Deum ex operibus eius: agnosco ex me, from my own experience.—To understand, mark, perceive the meaning of: verbum: gemitum, V.: sonitum, V.

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