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First published 1934 (SND Vol. I).

AGNAMED, pa.p. Named (when a “to-name” or nickname is mentioned).Sc. a.1714 First Earl of Cromartie in The Earls of Crom. ed. Fraser (1876) II. 466:
The 2d wes called Sewill, and agnamed Dearghuilach from his reed eyes.
Sc. 1834 H. Miller Scenes and Leg. iv. (1857) 47:
He was agnamed Gulielmus de monte alto.

[From Agname, used as v. O.Sc. 16th cent. (D.O.S.T.).]

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