Cognominal
Cognominal Cog*nom"i*nal, a. Of or pertaining to a cognomen; of the nature of a surname. [1913 Webster]

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  • Cognominal — Cog*nom i*nal, n. One bearing the same name; a namesake. [Obs.] Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cognominal — adjective see cognomen …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cognominal — See cognomen. * * * …   Universalium

  • cognominal — cog·nom·i·nal …   English syllables

  • cognominal — (ˈ)käg|nämənəl, nōm adjective Etymology: Latin cognomin , cognomen + English al : of, relating to, or being a cognomen …   Useful english dictionary

  • cognomen — cognominal /kog nom euh neuhl, noh meuh /, adj. cognominally, adv. /kog noh meuhn/, n., pl. cognomens, cognomina / nom euh neuh/. 1. a surname. 2. any name, esp. a nickname. 3. the third and commonly the last name of a citizen of ancient Rome,… …   Universalium

  • Polish name — A Polish personal name, like names in most European cultures, consists of two main elements: imię , or the given name, followed by nazwisko , or the family name. The usage of personal names in Poland is generally governed (in addition to personal …   Wikipedia

  • Lithuanian name — A Lithuanian personal name, like in most European cultures, consists of two main elements: the given name ( vardas ) followed by family name ( pavardė ). The usage of personal names in Lithuania is generally governed (in addition to personal… …   Wikipedia

  • Nomenclature — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Nomenclature >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 nomenclature nomenclature Sgm: N 1 naming naming &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 nuncupation| nuncupation| nomination baptism Sgm: N 1 orismology orismology Sgm: N 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • cognomen — noun (plural cognomens or cognomina) Etymology: Latin, irregular from co + nomen name more at name Date: 1691 1. surname; especially the third of usually three names borne by a male citizen of ancient Rome …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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