Definition of Agnomina

1. Noun. (plural of agnomen) ¹



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Definition of Agnomina

1. agnomen [n] - See also: agnomen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agnomina

agnised
agnises
agnising
agnition
agnize
agnized
agnizes
agnizing
agnogenic
agnogenic myeloid metaplasia
agnoiolgy
agnoiology
agnolotti
agnomen
agnomens
agnomina (current term)
agnominate
agnominated
agnominates
agnominating
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agnominations
agnosia
agnosias
agnosis
agnostic
agnostical
agnostically
agnosticism
agnosticisms

Literary usage of Agnomina

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1. Works by Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, William Hewson, George Gulliver, Sydenham Society (1862)
"These agnomina, or as they may, in many instances, be called sobriquets, were in several cases given them from some acquirement, personal peculiarity, ..."

2. The Topographical Poems of John O'Dubhagain and Giolla Na Naomh O'Huidhrin by Gilla na naomh Ó Huidhrin, Seán O'Dubhagáin (1862)
"These agnomina, or as they may, in many instances, be called sobriquets, ... Of the greater mimber of these agnomina the pedigree of the royal Irish family ..."

3. An Assemblage of Coins: Fabricated by Authority of the Archbishops of by Samuel Pegge (1772)
"39, his true name was neither the one nor the other, but both were agnomina of king Arthur. P. 46. ..."

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