[ ob-nouns ]
/ ɒbˈnaʊns /
verb (used without object), ob·nounced, ob·nounc·ing.
(in ancient Rome) to announce an unfavorable omen.
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Origin of obnounce
1735–45; < Latin obnūntiāre, equivalent to ob- ob- + nūntiāre to tell (nūnti(us) messenger + -āre infinitive suffix)
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