(redirected from Nomina)


n, pl nomina (ˈnɒmɪnə)
(Historical Terms) an ancient Roman's second name, designating the person's gens or clan. See also agnomen, cognomen, praenomen
[Latin: a name]


(ˈnoʊ mɛn)

n., pl. nom•i•na (ˈnɒm ə nə, ˈnoʊ mə-)
(in ancient Rome) the second name of a citizen, indicating the person's gens, as “Gaius Julius Caesar.”
[1885–90; < Latin nōmen name]
References in periodicals archive ?
Karen Volkman, Nomina. Rochester, NY: BOA editions, 2008.
A publicacao, em 1543, em Basileia, da grandiosa obra De Humani Corporis Fabrica liberi septem define uma epoca na historia da Anatomia, antes e depois de Vesalio, bem como marca o inicio da Nomina Anatomica.
Hurtado examines manuscripts used by early Christians as artifacts that reveal aspects of early Christianity: the earliest texts of Old and New Testament; the preference for the codex over the scroll; the use of nomina sacra (abbreviations for sacred names); the staurogram (the chi-rho as the earliest symbol of the cross), and the size of codices.
Chapter 3, on the nomina sacra, is particularly refreshing in its originality.
To nomina tea deserving child for the chance to win a Christmas they will never forget, simply fill out the nomination form and include a letter explaining in no more than 150 words why you think they deserve an extra special Christmas this year.
The text features some 6500 structures named in the World Association of Veterinary Anatomists' Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (N.A.V.).
Como un practico aporte para comprender y realizar los calculos para el manejo de la nomina de trabajo en una empresa determinada, presentamos el texto didactico Administracion de Nomina I como parte fundamental de las asignaturas Administracion de Nomina I y II, Relaciones Laborales y Derecho del Trabajo de la Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas y la Escuela de Derecho de la universidad Rafael Belloso Chacin.