Notableness to Notion
(Not"a*ble*ness), n. The quality of being notable.
(Not"a*bly), adv. In a notable manner.
(||No*tæ"um) n. [NL., fr. Gr. pertaining to the notum or back.] (Zoöl.) The back or upper surface,
as of a bird.
(No"tal) a. Of or pertaining to the back; dorsal.
(||No*tan"dum) n.; pl. Notanda [L., fr. notare to observe.] A thing to be noted or observed; a
notable fact; chiefly used in the plural.
(No*ta"ri*al) a. [Cf. F. notarial.] Of or pertaining to a notary; done or taken by a notary; as, a
notarial seal; notarial evidence or attestation.
(No*ta"ri*al*ly), adv. In a notarial manner.
(No"ta*ry) n.; pl. Notaries [F. notaire, L. notarius notary fr. nota mark. See 5th Note.]
1. One who records in shorthand what is said or done; as, the notary of an ecclesiastical body.
2. (Eng. & Am. Law) A public officer who attests or certifies deeds and other writings, or copies of
them, usually under his official seal, to make them authentic, especially in foreign countries. His duties
chiefly relate to instruments used in commercial transactions, such as protests of negotiable paper, ship's
papers in cases of loss, damage, etc. He is generally called a notary public.
(No"tate) a. [L. notatus marked, p. p. of notare to mark. See 5th Note.] (Bot.) Marked with
spots or lines, which are often colored. Henslow.
(No*ta"tion) n. [L. notatio a marking, observing, etymology, fr. notare to mark, nota a mark: cf.
F. notation. See 5th Note.]
1. The act or practice of recording anything by marks, figures, or characters.
2. Any particular system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions used in art or science, to
express briefly technical facts, quantities, etc. Esp., the system of figures, letters, and signs used in
arithmetic and algebra to express number, quantity, or operations.
3. Literal or etymological signification. [Obs.]
"Conscience" is a Latin word, and, according to the very notation of it, imports a double or joint knowledge.South.
(Notch) n. [Akin to nock; cf. OD. nock, OSw. nocka. Cf. Nick a notch.]
1. A hollow cut in anything; a nick; an indentation.
And on the stick ten equal notches makes.Swift.
2. A narrow passage between two elevation; a deep, close pass; a defile; as, the notch of a mountain.
(Notch), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Notched ; p. pr. & vb. n. Notching.]
1. To cut or make notches in ; to indent; also, to score by notches; as, to notch a stick.