from The Century Dictionary.
- Having the same name.
- noun One who bears the same name; a namesake.
- Pertaining to a cognomen or surname.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to a cognomen; of the nature of a surname.
- noun obsolete One bearing the same name; a namesake.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun obsolete One bearing the same
name; a namesake.
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If he had worked in the edition business, this idea of animals for computer books would not have gone thru. cognominal
NAUPORTUM, a town on a cognominal river in Pannonia.
"Mountstewart Jones," or "Fitzhardinge Jones," (I knew such instances of cognominal anticlimax,) then it was all very well -- no mistake about the individuality of such fortunate people.
Stickney (Harry Clarence Fowler Stickney to whomsoever his full baptismal cognominal burdens may be of interest) reached his address at six-thirty Wednesday afternoon.
No lover of France certainly should die without having seen Carcassonne, foremost of what I will call the pictorial Quadrilateral, no formidable array after the manner of their Austrian cognominal, but lovely, dreamlike things.
But/revenons a nos moutons/, what was the astral attraction that incontestably bound the reminiscences of Mop to the cognominal distinction of Sir Isaac?
But _revenons a nos moutons_, what was the astral attraction that incontestably bound the reminiscences of Mop to the cognominal distinction of Sir Isaac?