|disgraceful, shameful, not famous||inglorious|
|(1606-69) Dutch painter and artist (famous for his works "Bathsheba" and "Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer")||Rembrandt|
|(1650-1702) British doctor who was famous for his research on bone structure and after whom Haversian canals were named||Clopton Havers|
|(427 BC-347 BC), Greek philosopher, student of Socrates and teacher of Aristotle (famous for his work "The Republic"), a distinctive dark-floored large crater on the Moon just north of Mare Imbrium, approximately 100 km/60 mi in diameter||Plato|
|(69-30 BC), famous queen of Egypt||Cleopatra|
|(also known as Mogul) empire located in India famous for its archictecture painting and carpets (1526-1857)||Mughal|
|(born 1956 as David Seth Kotkin) American magician famous for his acts of grand illusion; novel written by Charles Dickens (published in 1850)||David Copperfield|
|(born 1962) famous NBA player who holds the record for steals and assists, one of the players on the Olympic basketball Dream Team in 1992 and 1996||John Stockton|
|(Informal) wealthy or fashionable famous people who are considered as a group; fashionable celebrities, glamorous people||glitterati|
|a god, able to live or last forever, being which will live forever and never die; one whose fame will last for all time, deathless, undying, eternal, everlasting; lasting for all time, eternally remembered, famous, somebody or something famous||immortal|
|abominable, convicted of infamous crime, disreputable; deplorable, terrible, shameful, indecent; heinous, villainous, notorious, punishable by a serious penalty||infamous|
|act of causing shock or outrage by an immoral or disgraceful act||scandalization|
|act of characterizing something as disgraceful; act of marking with a stigma||stigmatization|
|add design to something, decorate flag or shield, adorn, embellish, make somebody or something famous||emblazon|
|ancient city in southern Jordan whose buildings are carved out of stone; female first name (German), ancient ruined city in southwestern Jordan, famous for its buildings and tombs that are carved out of solid rock||Petra|
|ancient device for hurling missiles, ballista; sling, fling or be flung, hurl something, hurl; propel, launch; sling; be catapulted, make somebody famous suddenly, medieval launching weapon, plane or missile launcher, slingshot||catapult|
|Andrea Palladio (famous Italian architect from the 14th century)||Palladio|
|Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737,also called Antonius Stradivarius), Italian violin maker famous for the design of stringed instruments that he perfected together with his sons, maker of Stradivarius stringed instruments||Stradivari|
|anyone, famous or important person, pron. anyone, someone, some person, somebody||anybody|
|appoint to office, decide on something, famous person, give a name to, give a name; call by a name; appoint; specify; identify; designate, identify by name, reputation, reputed, famous; made for or displaying a name, respected, uncomplimentary word abo...||name|
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