- The definition of noted is well-known.
An example of noted used as an adjective is in the phrase "noted photographer," which means a photographer with a strong reputation.
(comparative more noted, superlative most noted)
- Simple past tense and past participle of note.
Variant of note
- a mark of some quality, condition, or fact; distinguishing or characteristic feature, mood, tone, etc.: a note of sadness
- importance, distinction, or eminence: a person of note
- a brief statement of a fact, experience, etc. written down for review, as an aid to memory, or to inform someone else; memorandum
- a record of experiences, etc.: the notes of a journey
- a comment, explanation, or elucidation, as at the foot of a page; annotation
- notice; heed; observation: worthy of note
- any of certain types of correspondence; specif.,
- a short, informal letter
- a formal diplomatic or other official communication
- a written promise to pay a sum of money or a written acknowledgment of a debt from which a promise of payment can be inferred
- a piece of paper currency: a Federal Reserve note
- a cry or call, as of a bird
- a signal or intimation: a note of admonition
- Archaic a melody, tune, or song
- a tone of definite pitch, as made by a voice or musical instrument
- a symbol for a tone, indicating the duration by its form and the pitch by its position on the staff
- a key of a piano or the like
Origin of noteOld French ; from Classical Latin nota, a mark, sign, character, letter ; from notus, past participle of noscere, to know ; from gnoscere, to know
strike the right note