Fame Fame, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Famed},; p. pr. & vb. n. {Faming}.] 1. To report widely or honorably. [1913 Webster]

The field where thou art famed To have wrought such wonders. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

2. To make famous or renowned. [1913 Webster]

Those Hesperian gardens famed of old. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

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  • famé — famé, ée [ fame ] adj. • XIIe; bien faméXVe; mal famé (personne) 1690; a. fr. fame, du lat. fama « renommée » → fameux ♦ (1879) Mal famé, se dit d un lieu qui a mauvaise réputation, est fréquenté par des gens du milieu, des malfaiteurs. Maison,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • fame — n Fame, renown, honor, glory, celebrity, reputation, repute, notoriety, éclat are comparable when they mean the character or state of being widely known by name for one s deeds and, often, one s achievements. Fame is the most inclusive and in… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • fame — [feım] n [U] [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: Latin fama report, fame ] the state of being known about by a lot of people because of your achievements win/achieve/gain/find fame ▪ Streisand won fame as a singer before she became an actress …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fame — [ feım ] noun uncount ** the state of being famous: Kundera achieved international fame while banned in his own country. rise/shoot to fame (=become famous quickly): Albert Finney rose to fame in the British cinema of the early Sixties. fame and… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Fame — (f[=a]m), n. [OF. fame, L. fama, fr. fari to speak, akin to Gr. ???? a saying, report, fa nai to speak. See {Ban}, and cf. {Fable}, {Fate}, {Euphony}, {Blame}.] 1. Public report or rumor. [1913 Webster] The fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • famé — famé, ée (fa mé, mée) adj. Il ne se dit que joint aux adverbes bien, mal : bien famé, mal famé, qui a une bonne, une mauvaise réputation. •   Tout est perdu, tant que vos agents ne seront que des protégés ou des hommes mal famés, RAYNAL Hist.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • fame — s.f. [lat. fames ]. 1. a. [sensazione causata dal bisogno di cibo] ▶◀ (non com.) appetenza, (fam.) appetito, languore. ↑ ghiottoneria, ingordigia, voracità. ◀▶ disappetenza, inappetenza. ↑ nausea. ‖ pienezza, sazietà. ● Espressioni: fig., spreg …   Enciclopedia Italiana

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