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notitia Line breaks: no|titia
Pronunciation: /nəʊˈtɪʃɪə/

Definition of notitia in English:

noun

A register or list of ecclesiastical sees or districts.

Origin

Early 18th century: from Latin, literally 'knowledge', later 'list or account', from notus 'known'.

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