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Aforenamed
Aforenamed A*fore"named`, a. Named before. --Peacham.
Forenamed
Forenamed Fore"named`, a. Named before; aforenamed.

Meaning of Renamed from wikipedia

- Look up rename in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Rename may refer to: Rename (computing), rename of a file on a computer RENAME (command), command to...
- up renaming in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Renaming may refer to: Geographical renaming Lists of renamed places Batch renaming Great Renaming Register...
- The Great Renaming was a restructuring of Usenet newsgroups that took place in 1987. B News maintainer and UUNET founder Rick Adams is generally considered...
- Advanced Renamer is a batch renamer program that can rename multiple files and folders at once. It is developed for Microsoft Windows and released as freeware...
- undertake renaming, with political motivation being the primary cause; for example many places in the former Soviet Union and its satellites were renamed to...
- Hyderabad State was invaded and combined with Andhra State and it was renamed Andhra Pradesh on 1 November 1956. Travancore–Cochin to Kerala (change...
- rename refers to the altering of a name of a file. This can be done manually by using a s**** command such as ren or mv, or by using batch renaming software...
- Muzaffarnagar to Laxmi Nagar India portal List of renamed places in India List of renamed places in ****stan List of renamed places in South Africa Sanskritisation...
- Conference (ACC). Louisville and Rutgers spent one season in the newly renamed conference. On July 1, 2014, Louisville joined the ACC and Rutgers joined...
- In computing, ren (or rename) is a command in various command-line interpreters (s****) such as COMMAND.COM, cmd.exe, 4DOS, 4NT and Windows PowerS****...