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notō āvī, ātus, āre

nota, to mark, designate with a mark : tabellam cerā: ungue genas, O.: Et notat et delet, writes and erases , O.—Fig., to signify, indicate, denote : res nominibus novis: temporis naturam notant: coniunx visa est . . . seque indoluisse notatam, was pointed at , O.To mark, note, single out, designate : oculis ad caedem alqm. — To mark, observe : numerum in cadentibus guttis notare possumus: cantūs avium: id caput notavi, et descriptum tibi misi: sidera, V.: ne ducem circumire hostes notarent, L.: qualis foret aura notare, O.To mark, brand, censure, reprimand : non nullos ignominiā, Cs.: quos censores furti nomine notaverunt: luxuria Corneli communi maledicto notabatur: amor dignus notari, H.: notante Iudice, quo nosti, populo, H.

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