notae Tironianae

plural noun
no·​tae Ti·​ro·​ni·​a·​nae | \ ˈnōtˌētə̇ˌrōnēˈāˌnē, -ōtˌī-, -āˌnī\

Definition of notae Tironianae

: a system of shorthand employed in ancient Rome

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History and Etymology for notae Tironianae

New Latin, characters of Tiro, after M. Tullius Tiro, secretary of Cicero

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