Definition of Prenomina

1. Noun. (plural of prenomen) ¹



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Definition of Prenomina

1. prenomen [n] - See also: prenomen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prenomina

prenatally
prenate
prenates
prenazone
preneed
prenegotiated
prenegotiation
prenegotiations
preneoplastic
prenex
prenexes
prenol
prenols
prenomen
prenomens
prenomina (current term)
prenominal
prenominate
prenominated
prenominates
prenominating
prenomination
prenominations
prenoon
prenotification
prenotified
prenotifies
prenotify
prenotifying
prenotion

Literary usage of Prenomina

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1. Memorials of Beverley Minster: The Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church by Arthur Francis Leach (1903)
"2' prenomina [the rest torn away]. Commission* from Martin IV. to the Prior of ... prenomina ..."

2. Handbook of Archæology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman by Hodder Michael Westropp (1867)
"M. do Rossi has given twenty inscriptions with the names complete, prior to Constantino. Of these, no fewer than seventeen have prenomina, whereas after ..."

3. Miscellaneous writings [ed. by A.B. Grimaldi]. by Stacey Grimaldi (1881)
"From Dignities and Occupations though possibly as nick names. Regulus. Flaminius. Caesarius. Augustus. Many Surnames were made from the prenomina among the ..."

4. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, George Walter Prothero (1835)
"These, with the exception of a few scattered names which have been collected from different quarters, and some prenomina on the early part of the tablet of ..."

5. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1908)
"... in the unpublished pigne belonging both to the American School in Rome, and to the Johns Hopkins University, all but 15 are simple prenomina and nomina. ..."

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