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fama

  1. to be whipped

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fammi

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Fama (plural Famaj, accusative singular Faman, accusative plural Famajn)

  1. famous

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From Latin fāma.

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fama f. (plural fame)

  1. fame, renown
  2. reputation, name

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fāma (genitive fāmae); f, first declension

  1. fame.
  2. rumour.
  3. reputation
    • Ovid Heroides 17.17 [1] (translation Benham's Book of Quotations 1948)
      Fama tamen clara est; et adhuc sine crimine vixi.
      My good name is nevertheless unstained; and so far I have lived without blame.
    Dimicanti de fama deesse.
    To abandon one whose reputation is attacked.
  4. vocative singular of fama

fāmā

  1. ablative singular of fāmā

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First declension (1).

Number Singular Plural
nominative fāma fāmae
genitive fāmae fāmārum
dative fāmae fāmīs
accusative fāmam fāmās
ablative fāmā fāmīs
vocative fāma fāmae

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From Latin fāma.

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Fama f. (plural Famas)

Singular
Fama f.

Plural
Famas f.

  1. reputation
  2. fame

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