fame definition

  • noun:
    • Great renown: a concert violinist of international fame.
    • Public estimation; reputation: a politician of ill fame.
    • Great renown: a concert violinist of intercontinental fame.
    • Archaic Rumor.
    • Public estimation; reputation: a politician of sick fame.
    • Archaic Rumor.
    • something stated or reported; gossip, rumour.
    • What is said or reported; gossip, rumour.
    • hawaii of being popular or popular and voiced of.
    • community report or rumor.
    • their state of being popular or popular and spoken of.
    • Report or opinion typically diffused; renown; community estimation; celebrity, either positive or unfavorable.
    • Public report or rumor.
    • Report or viewpoint generally diffused; renown; general public estimation; celebrity, either positive or unfavorable.
    • A public report or rumor.
    • Report or opinion widely diffused; renown; notoriety; celebrity, positive or bad, but particularly the previous; reputation: as, the popularity of Washington; literary fame: rarely found in the plural.
    • A public report or rumor.
    • Report or viewpoint extensively diffused; renown; notoriety; star, positive or bad, but especially the previous; reputation: as, the popularity of Washington; literary fame: rarely utilized in the plural.
    • favorable community reputation
    • their state or top-notch becoming extensively recognized and acclaimed
    • favorable general public reputation
    • their state or top-notch becoming commonly recognized and acclaimed
    • Great renown: a concert violinist of international fame.
    • Public estimation; reputation: a politician of ill fame.
    • Great renown: a concert violinist of international popularity.
    • Public estimation; reputation: a politician of ill fame.
    • Archaic Rumor.
    • Archaic Rumor.
    • what exactly is said or reported; gossip, rumour.
    • The state of being famous or well-known and voiced of.
    • something stated or reported; gossip, rumour.
    • their state to be popular or popular and spoken of.
    • Public report or rumor.
    • Report or opinion typically diffused; renown; community estimation; celebrity, either positive or unfavorable.
    • Public report or rumor.
    • Report or opinion generally speaking diffused; renown; public estimation; celebrity, either favorable or bad.
    • A public report or rumor.
    • Report or opinion commonly diffused; renown; notoriety; star, positive or unfavorable, but especially the previous; reputation: as, the popularity of Washington; literary fame: hardly ever found in the plural.
    • positive community reputation
    • the state or quality of becoming widely honored and acclaimed
    • A public report or rumor.
    • Report or opinion commonly diffused; renown; notoriety; celebrity, positive or bad, but particularly the former; reputation: as, the popularity of Washington; literary fame: hardly ever found in the plural.
    • favorable community reputation
    • the state or top-notch becoming extensively recognized and acclaimed
  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make distinguished or famous.
    • Archaic To are accountable to be.
    • To make known or popular.
    • Archaic To are accountable to be.
    • To report extensively or honorably.
    • to help make popular or renowned.
    • To report widely or honorably.
    • to help make popular or recognized.
    • to help make renowned or famous.
    • Archaic To report to be.
    • to create distinguished or popular.
    • Archaic To are accountable to be.
    • To report commonly or honorably.
    • which will make famous or renowned.
    • To report widely or honorably.
    • which will make popular or well known.
  • verb:
    • in order to make (somebody or something like that) famous
    • in order to make (some one or something like that) popular
    • to help make (somebody or something like that) famous
    • to make (some body or something like that) popular
  • others:
    • To report.
    • to produce popular.
    • To defame.
    • To famish.
    • To report.
    • to produce famous.
    • To defame.
    • To famish.
    • To report.
    • To make popular.
    • To defame.
    • To famish.
    • To report.
    • To make popular.
    • To defame.
    • To famish.

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