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NOTA

1.
none of the above.

notum

[noh-tuh m] /ˈnoʊ təm/
noun, plural nota
[noh-tuh] /ˈnoʊ tə/ (Show IPA)
1.
a dorsal plate or sclerite of the thorax of an insect.
Origin
1875-1880
1875-80; < Neo-Latin < Greek nôton the back
Related forms
notal, adjective

nota bene

[noh-tah be-ne; English noh-tuh bey-nee, ben-ee, bee-nee] /ˈnoʊ tɑ ˈbɛ nɛ; English ˈnoʊ tə ˈbeɪ ni, ˈbɛn i, ˈbi ni/
Latin.
1.
note well; take notice.
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British Dictionary definitions for NOTA

nota

/ˈnəʊtə/
noun
1.
the plural of notum

nota bene

/ˈnəʊtə ˈbiːnɪ/
uknown
1.
note well; take note Abbreviation NB, N.B., nb, n.b.

notum

/ˈnəʊtəm/
noun (pl) -ta (-tə)
1.
a cuticular plate covering the dorsal surface of a thoracic segment of an insect
Derived Forms
notal, adjective
Word Origin
C19: New Latin, from Greek nōton back
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Word Origin and History for NOTA

nota bene

"mark well, observe particularly," c.1721, from Latin nota, second person singular imperative of notare "to mark" (see note (v.)) + bene "well" (see bene-). Often abbreviated N.B.

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