Renouncement to Reparel
(Re*nounce"ment) n. [Cf. F. renoncement.] The act of disclaiming or rejecting; renunciation.
(Re*noun"cer) n. One who renounces.
(Ren"o*vate) v. t. [L. renovatus, p. p. of renovare;pref. re- re- + novare to make new, fr.
novus new. See New, and Renew.] To make over again; to restore to freshness or vigor; to renew.
All nature feels the reniovating forceThomson.
(Ren`o**va"tion) n. [L. renovatio: cf. F. rénovation.] The act or process of renovating; the
state of being renovated or renewed. Thomson.
There is something inexpressibly pleasing in the annual renovation of the world.Rabbler.
(Ren"o*va`tor) n. [L.: cf. F. rénovateur.] One who, or that which, renovates. Foster.
(Re*nov"el) v. t. [F. renouveler to renew.] To renew; to renovate. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Re*nov"el*ance) n. Renewal. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Re*nowme") n. Renown. [Obs.]
The glory and renowme of the ancectors.Robynson
(Re*nowmed") a. Renowned. [Obs.]
(Re*nown") n. [F. renom. See Noun, and cf. Renown, v.]
1. The state of being much known and talked of; exalted reputation derived from the extensive praise of
great achievements or accomplishments; fame; celebrity; always in a good sense.
Nor envy weDryden.
Thy great renown, nor grudge thy victory.
2. Report of nobleness or exploits; praise.
This famous duke of Milan,Shak.
Of whom so often I have heard renown.
(Re*nown") v. t. [F. renommer to name again, celebrate, make famous; pref. re- re- + nommer
to name, L. nominare , fr. nomen a name. See Noun.] To make famous; to give renown to. [Obs.]
For joi to hear me so renown his son.Chapman.
The bard whom pilfered pastorals renown.Pope.
(Re*nowned") a. Famous; celebrated for great achievements, for distinguished qualities, or
for grandeur; eminent; as, a renowned king. "Some renowned metropolis with glistering spires." Milton.
These were the renowned of the congregation.Num. i. 61.
Syn. Famous; famed; distinguished; noted; eminent; celebrated; remarkable; wonderful. See Famous.
(Re*nown"ed*ly) adv. With renown.
(Re*nown"er) n. One who gives renown. [R.]
(Re*nown"ful) a. Having great renown; famous. "Renownful Scipio." Marston.