- Known widely and infamously.
Etymology: First attested w:1548, 1548, from notorius, "widely or fully known," from notus , "known," past participle of noscere, "to get to know." Negative sense appeared in w:seventeenth century, seventeenth century.
- Dutch: berucht, beruchte
- German: berí¼chtigt
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