ὄνομα

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PIE word
*h₁nómn̥

From Proto-Indo-European *h₁nómn̥(name). Cognate with Phrygian ονομαν(onoman), Old English nama (English name), Sanskrit नामन्(nā́man), Latin nōmen, Old Armenian անուն(anun), Old Irish ainm, and Old Church Slavonic имѧ(imę).

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ὄνομᾰ ‎(ónoman ‎(genitive ὀνόμᾰτος); third declension

  1. name
  2. fame (compare English make a name for oneself)
  3. (grammar) noun, in the wide sense: referring to most word classes that are declined for case and number – a substantive (English noun), an adjective, or a pronoun – but excluding the relative pronoun ὅς(hós) and the article (ho)
  4. (grammar) phrase

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