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King James Dictionary
FAME, n. L. fama Gr. from to speak.
1. Public report or rumor.
The fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh's house, saying, Joseph's brethren are come. Genesis 14 .
2. Favorable report report of good or great actions report that exalts the character celebrity renown as the fame of Howard or of Washington the fame of Solomon.
And the fame of Jesus went throughout all Syria. Matthew 4 .
1. To make famous.
2. To report.
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