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Nuncius   Listen
noun
Nuncius  n.  (pl. nuncii)  (Roman & Old Eng. Law)
(a)
A messenger.
(b)
The information communicated.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Nuncius" Quotes from Famous Books



... Poet first, then Poets King. If Tragedies might any Prologue have, All those he made, would scarse make a one to this : Where Fame, now that he gone is to the grave (Deaths publique tyring-house) the Nuncius is, For though his line of life went soone about, The life yet of his ...
— The First Folio [35 Plays] • William Shakespeare

... amico, statuit huc se recipere, ut privatis suis rebus consuleret, et quia tunc foederati contra Thurcam, propter suspicionem Regi Catholico injectam de Orangio, et Gallis, non admodum videbantur concordes, et non multo post advenit nuncius mortis Domini de Colligni, et illius asseclarum; Pontifex justa de causa existimavit dictum Illmum Cardinalem favore et gratia sua merito esse complectendum. Evenit postmodum, ut ad Serenissimam Reginam Galliarum deferretur, bonum hunc Dominum jactasse se, quod particeps fuerit ...
— The History of Freedom • John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton



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