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cognomen definition

  • noun:
    • a household title; a surname.
    • the 3rd and often last title of a citizen of old Rome, as Caesar in Gaius Julius Caesar.
    • A name, specially a descriptive nickname or epithet acquired through use during a period of time.
    • surname
    • the next part of the name of a citizen of old Rome
    • a nickname or epithet wherein some body is identified; a byname; a moniker or sobriquet
    • the final of three names of an individual one of the ancient Romans, denoting their house or household.
    • A surname.
    • A surname; a distinguishing title; specifically, the final for the three brands where a Roman of great household was understood, suggesting the home to which he belonged. See name.
    • Loosely, a name, whether confirmed title, surname, or identifying epithet.
    • a familiar title for a person (frequently a shortened type of an individual's offered name)
    • title familiar with determine the people in a family group (as distinguished from each member's offered title)
    • A family title; a surname.
    • the next and usually last title of a citizen of ancient Rome, as Caesar in Gaius Julius Caesar.
    • A name, specially a descriptive nickname or epithet acquired through usage over a period of time.
    • surname
    • the third the main name of a citizen of ancient Rome
    • a nickname or epithet wherein somebody is identified; a byname; a moniker or sobriquet
    • the very last for the three names of you among the list of old Romans, denoting his residence or family members.
    • A surname.
    • A surname; a distinguishing name; especially, the final regarding the three names by which a Roman of good family had been understood, suggesting the home that he belonged. See title.
    • Loosely, a name, whether certain title, surname, or identifying epithet.
    • a familiar title for one (frequently a shortened version of a person's provided name)
    • the name always identify the members of a family (as distinguished from each user's given name)
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