nomen[ noh-men ]SEE DEFINITION OF nomen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOMEN
The name of the gens (nomen), as Cornelius, Tullius, Julius.
We do not agree with Bangs that pennsylvanicus is a nomen nudum for the following reasons.
Most Latin authors have three names—the prenomen, which answers to our Christian name; the nomen, or family name; and the agnomen.
Huic cœli lilia germinant;Arrisus sponsi permanent;Ac nomen in fidelibusQuam filiorum medius.
Consequently, Osteocephalus Fitzinger, 1843, is a nomen nudum.
Maritima ora qu a Sidone ad gypti limitem extenditur, nomen habet Phœnices.
Tin memuh vi, I am dumb, I keep silence; given in the text as the origin of the nomen gentile, Mam.
The nomen was put after the prnomen, to mark the gens, and commonly ended in ius; as Cornelius, Fabius.
In the past the name has been regarded as a nomen nudum but there is some reason for regarding it as having nomenclatural status.
If Batrachyla longipes is left in the status of a nomen dubium, Epirhexis can be forgotten, for the two names are tied together.