notandum

noun no·tan·dum \nōˈtandəm\

Definition of notandum

plural

notanda

\-də\ also

notandums

  1. :  something to be noted or an entry of it :  note, memorandum

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Origin and Etymology of notandum

Latin, neuter of notandus, gerundive of notare to note — more at note


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