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nōminō āvī, ātus, āre

nomen, to call by name, name, give a name to : tua te Thisbe Nominat, O.: amor ex quo amicitia est nominata, takes its name : L. Sulla, quem honoris causā nomino, mention with respect : (urbem) e suo nomine Romam iussit nominari: Mithridatem deum.— To render famous, make renowned, celebrate : praedicari de se ac nominari volunt.— To name for office, designate, nominate : interregem, L.: me augurem.— To talk of, call attention to, urge : mihi mansuetudinem, S.To name, mention, report, accuse, arraign : nominari apud dictatorem, L.: inter coniuratos me, accuses as a conspirator , Cu.

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