nomen

The nomen was termed as the nomen gentilicum and was the name of the gens (family or clan) and later as a political grouping. It was the second of the 3 names normally adopted by a Roman citizen. The masculine form almost always ended in -ius and the feminine form ended with -a or -illa as in Claudius with the female form of Claudia or Flavius with…...
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Nomen

• (p. p.) of Nim • p. p. of Nim. • p. p. of Nim. • (p. p.) of Nim
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nomen

(from the article `name`) ...seemingly had only one name; e.g., Romulus, Remus, Manius. From the beginning of historical times, however, the Roman personal name consisted of a ...
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nomen

Latin, meaning: name.
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nomen

name / nomen Romanorum: Roman power.
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