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Etymology of the Latin word adnotatus

the Latin word adnotatus (notice, noting, remark; person officially announced as wanted, wanted man)
derived from the Latin word adnotare (note, jot down, notice)
using the Latin prefix ad- (to, in addition)
derived from the Latin word ad (to; near; to; to; to; near)
derived from the Medieval Latin word notare (observe; record; brand)
derived from the Latin word nota (mark, sign, letter)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *gno-
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *gnō-

Derivations in Latin

adnotatio

Derivations in other languages

Portuguese anotado



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