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EtymologyEdit

From nōtus ‎(known), perfect passive participle of nōscō ‎(come to know; recognize, know).

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nōtōrius m ‎(feminine nōtōria, neuter nōtōrium); first/second declension

  1. (Late Latin) pointing out, making known, causing to be known
  2. (Medieval Latin) evident, known; well-known

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative nōtōrius nōtōria nōtōrium nōtōriī nōtōriae nōtōria
genitive nōtōriī nōtōriae nōtōriī nōtōriōrum nōtōriārum nōtōriōrum
dative nōtōriō nōtōriō nōtōriīs
accusative nōtōrium nōtōriam nōtōrium nōtōriōs nōtōriās nōtōria
ablative nōtōriō nōtōriā nōtōriō nōtōriīs
vocative nōtōrie nōtōria nōtōrium nōtōriī nōtōriae nōtōria

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