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Nomen may refer to:
- Nomen, the middle part of Ancient Roman names (see Roman naming conventions)
- Nomen (Ancient Egypt), the personal name of Ancient Egyptian pharaohs
- Jaume Nomen (born 1960), Catalan astronomer
- Nō-men, the mask used in Noh performances (see Noh#Masks)
- Christi Nomen, an 1894 encyclical of Pope Leo XIII
- Glossary of scientific naming explains many examples of nomen and associated terms
- Nomen agentis, In linguistics, an agent noun, denoting an entity by its action
- Nomen dubium, (pl. nomina dubia), in zoology a scientific name that is of unknown or doubtful application
- Nomen illegitimum, a name published validly, but contravening articles of the International Botanical Congress.
- Nomen mysticum, the secret name for a member of a mystical secret society, who has been accepted as a worthy and confirmed member
- Nomen nescio, abbreviated "N.N.", used to signify an anonymous or otherwise unidentified person
- Nomen novum, a scientific name created to replace a name that is a junior synonym or homonym
- Nomen nudum, in taxonomy a term or phrase that looks like a scientific name, but lacks a valid description
- Nomen oblitum, literally a "forgotten name" that has fallen out of use, in favour of a nomen protectum
- nomen protectum, a name adopted in preference to a nomen oblitum
- Nomen sacrum, Latin for "sacred name", can be used to refer to traditions of abbreviated writing of several frequently occurring divine names or titles in early Greek language Holy Scripture
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