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nota ae, f

GNA-, a means of recognition, mark, sign, stamp, impression : epistulis notam apponam eam, quae mihi tecum convenit: barbarus compunctus notis Thraeciis, i. e. tattooed : Quā notam duxit (vitulus), is marked , H.: notas et nomina gentis inurunt (in vitulos), brand with , V.: notam sine volnere fecit, bruise , O.Plur., significant marks, written characters, signs : qui sonos vocis litterarum notis terminavit, letters.— A critical mark, marginal note : notam apponere ad malum versum.—Plur, letters, alphabetic writing (sc. litterarum): Quosque legat versūs . . . Grandibus marmore caede notis, large letters , O.: foliisque notas et nomina mandat, V.: Inspicit acceptas hostis ab hoste notas, the letter , O.: loci, quasi argumentorum notae, memoranda .—Of wine, a brand, stamp, kind, quality : nota Falerni, H.: hae notae sunt optimae, i. e. wines of these brands. —A nod, beck, sign : Innuet; acceptas tu quoque redde notas, O.: Concussā manu dantem sibi signa videt, redditque notas, O.— Fig., a mark, sign, token : notae ac vestigia suorum flagitiorum: interspirationis enim, non defatigationis nostrae neque librariorum notae, signs (punctuation marks). — A distinguishing mark, characteristic, note : cuiusque generis dicendi: inter conloquia insigni notā deprendi, by a marked peculiarity of dialect , L.: Signatum praesente notā nomen, with the note of the present time , H.: Fabella hominum discernit notas, Ph.—Because of the mark against the name of a degraded citizen on the censor's lists, a censorial reproach, judgment of degradation (see censor): censoriae severitatis nota: censores senatum sine ullius notā legerunt, not excluding any one , L.A mark of ignominy, badge of infamy, reproach, disgrace : domesticae turpitudinis: homo omnibus insignis notis turpitudinis: in amore tuo cogor habere notam, i. e. am degraded , Pr.: nullā tristi notā insignitus, reproachful surname , L.

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