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2.01 13 Bloodlines of Rome

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Starting with Minos of Crete, the Line of Man first ruled over the Island of Crete, the Mediterranean, the Greco-Roman Empire, and now the entire world.
After the alleged Fall of the Roman Empire, a total of 13 bloodlines from the linage of Minos were chosen to vacate the Roman Empire in the underworld (i.e., hell) and move to Greenland (i.e., haven or heaven). The number 13 was likely chosen because there are 13 months in the Roman lunar calendar, one family representing each month. The 13 bloodlines are also represented by the 13 letters withing the name of the "Mediterranean”, the region sea from which they originated. The most common symbol associated with the 13 bloodlines today is the letter “B”, the 2nd letter in the Roman-English alphabet which is constructed by the addition of one and three (i.e., 1+3 = 13 = B). The “Line of Man” is also symbolically represented by the menorah (M+N+R) which is currently depicted in the emblem of Israel (i.e., Isis, Ra and El). It represents the upward growing branches of the lineage of Man which have now grown to roughly 56,968 people as of March 31, 2014 (number based on the current population of Greenland).

13 Stripes of Rome

In Ancient Rome, a bloodline of the “Line of Man” was called a “stirp” (plural “stirpes) and was commonly depicted in Roman heraldry by a stripe on a flag which indicated a particular branch of the Man family tree. This is why the flag of the United States depicts 13 stripes, for it represents the 13 chosen stirpes or bloodlines of the Roman Empire.
Although not yet confirmed, it does appear that these 13 Roman stripes (i.e., bloodlines) were named by number: Bloodline One: Primus (praenomen); Bloodline Two: Secundus (praenomen); Bloodline Three: Tertius (praenomen); Bloodline Four: Furia (gens); Bloodline Five: Quintus (praenomen); Bloodline Six: Sextus (praenomen); Bloodline Seven: Septimus (praenomen); Bloodline Eight: Octavius (praenomen); Bloodline Nine: Nonus (praenomen); Bloodline Ten: Decimus (praenomen); Bloodline Twelve: Decimia (gens); and Bloodline Thirteen: Decia (gens). Although the “tria nomina of Roman naming rights allegedly consisted of a “praenomen, a “nomen” and a “cognomen”, evidence suggests that the tria nomina may have consisted of a “forename” (praenomen), a “name” (nomen) and a “stripe” (stirp). Therefore, when greeting someone, a Roman might say, “I am Julius Cesar of Secondus”, ultimately declaring his family praenomen (Julius), his nomen (Cesar) and his stripe (Secondus). An example of this is the Roman Senator Sextus Julius Frontinus (ca. 40–103 AD). Consequently, a person’s bloodline and family name, which was of the utmost importance, was immediately know.


Roman Calendar Names
Based on the similarity in name, it appears that the 12 months of the Gregorian calendar have been derived from Roman family names: January: Gnaeus (praenomen); February: Fabricia (gens): March: Marcia (gens); April: Apronia (gens); May: Manlia (gens); June: Junia (gens): July: Julia (gens); August: Gaius (praenomen); September: Septimus (praenomen); October: Octavius (praenomen); November: Novius (gens); and December: Decimia (gens). Based on the similarity in name, it appears that the 13 months of the Roman lunar calendar were also derived from Roman family names: Aries: Arius (cognomina); Taurus: Tarsicius (cognomina); Gemini: Geminia (gens); Cancer: Censorius (cognomina); Leo: Leontius (cognomina); Virgo: Verginia (gens) ; Libra: Liberalis (cognomina); Scorpio: Scipio (cognomen); Sagittarius: Segestes (cognomina); Capricorn: Caprarius (cognomina; Aquarius: Aquinia (gens); Pisces: Piscius (gens); and Zodiac: Suedius (gens).


Praenomen First
In the days of the Roman Empire, a person’s first name was their family name (i.e., last name). Before a child could be named by his or her parents, it was born out of a family and therefore carried the family name first.
Consequently, a forename” (F/P+R+N+M) is the modern English term used to describe a person’s first name. An almost consonantly identical term “praenomen” (F/P+R+N+M+N) exists in Latin which is also used to describe one’s first name (i.e., last name) Aside from breaking down family pride, the decision to switch last-to-first names and vice versa was likely done in order to confuse historians and disguise the 13 bloodlines of Rome. The only institutions which relies on this former method of naming. This is why even today, militaries of the world (which are all just disguised armies of the Roman Empire), always refer to soldiers by their last name (i.e., forename).



Roman Names

To date, a total of 56 Roman “praenomen”, 524 “gens” (i.e., “nomina”), and 1018 “cognomina” have been identified.
As with most Roman history, dates, names and titles have been altered in order to confuse historians. Consequently, it appears that many praenomen, gens, and cognomina have been purposely scrambled so that gens and cognomen are listed as praenomen and vice versa. Because the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet) does  not contain vowels and certain consonants found in the modern English alphabet, it can be deduced that many of the following praenomen, gens, and cognomina have been altered or completely fabricated in a calculated attempt to disguise the lineage of Roman Empire. Although some of the names do exist in Italy today, most of them have all but disspeared from the face of the Earth. Either they were killed off, or they are living today in Greenland.


Roman Praenomen
A total of 56 Roman “praenomen” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Letter “A”: Agrippa (praenomen); Amulius (praenomen); Appius (praenomen); Arruns (praenomen); and Aulus (praenomen); Letter “C”: Caeso (praenomen); Caelus (praenomen); Camillus (praenomen); and Cossus (praenomen); Letter “D”: Decimus (praenomen); Decius (praenomen); and Drusus (praenomen); Letter “F”: Faustus (praenomen); and Flavius (praenomen); Letter “G”: Gaius (praenomen); Gallus (praenomen); and Gnaeus (praenomen); Letter “H”: Herius (praenomen); and Hostus (praenomen); Letter “K”: Kaeso (praenomen); Letter “L”: Lars (praenomen); and Lucius (praenomen); Letter “M”: Mamercus (praenomen); Manius (praenomen); Marcellus (praenomen); Marcus (praenomen); and Mettius (praenomen); Letter “N”: Nonus (praenomen); and Numerius (praenomen); Letter “O”: Octavius (praenomen); Opiter (praenomen); and Oppius (praenomen); Letter “P”: Paullus (praenomen); Postumius (praenomen); Postumus (praenomen); Potitus (praenomen); Primus (praenomen); Proculus (praenomen); and Publius (praenomen); Letter “Q”: Quintus (praenomen); Letter “S”: Secundus (praenomen); Septimus (praenomen); Sertor (praenomen); Servius (praenomen); Sextus (praenomen); Sisenna (praenomen); Spurius (praenomen); and Statius (praenomen); Letter “T”: Tertius (praenomen); Tiberius (praenomen); Titus (praenomen); and Tullus (praenomen); and Letter “V”: Vel (praenomen); Vibius (praenomen); Volesus (praenomen); and Vopiscus (praenomen).


Roman Gens: Letter “A”
A total of 74 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “A” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Abronia (gens); Aburia (gens); Accia (gens); Accoleia (gens); Acerronia (gens); Acilia (gens); Actoria (gens); Acutia (gens); Aebutia (gens); Aedinius (gens); Aelia (gens); Aemilia (gens); Afrania (gens); Albanus (gens); Albatius (gens); Albia (gens); Albinia (gens); Albucia (gens); Alfena (gens); Alfia (gens); Aliena (gens); Allectius (gens); Amafinia (gens); Amatius (gens); Ampia (gens); Ancharia (gens); Anicia (gens); Annaea (gens); Anneia (gens); Annia (gens); Antia (gens); Antistia (gens); Antius (gens); Antonia (gens); Aponia (gens); Appia (gens); Appuleia (gens); Apronia (gens); Apustia (gens); Aquillia (gens); Aquinia (gens); Arellia (gens); Arennia (gens); Armenius (gens); Arpineia (gens); Arria (gens); Arruntia (gens); Arsinius (gens); Articuleia (gens); Artorius (gens); Atrius (gens); Atronius (gens); Asconia (gens); Asinia (gens); Ateia (gens); Aternia (gens); Atia (gens) ; Atilia (gens); Atinia (gens) ; Atria (gens); Attia (gens); Aufidia (gens); Aulia (gens) ; Aurelia (gens) ; Auria (gens); Aurunculeia (gens); Ausonius (gens); Autronia (gens); Aviana (gens); Avidius (gens); Aviena (gens); Avidia (gens); Avitus (gens); and Axia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “B”
A total of 15 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “B” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Babudius (gens); Baebia (gens); Balventia (gens); Bantia (gens); Bantius (gens); Barbatia (gens); Barrius (gens); Betiliena (gens); Betucia (gens); Blandius (gens); Blossia (gens); Bruccius (gens); Bruttia (gens); Bucculeia (gens); and Burriena (gens).


Roman Gens: Letter “C”
A total of 88 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “C” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Caecia (gens); Caecilia (gens); Caecina (gens); Caedicia (gens); Caelia (gens); Caeparia (gens); Caepasia (gens); Caerellia (gens); Caesennia (gens); Caesetia (gens); Caesia (gens); Caesonia (gens); Caesulena (gens); Caetronia (gens); Calavia (gens); Calventius (gens); Calvisius (gens); Calidia (gens); Calpurnia (gens); Calvisia (gens); Camilius (gens); Camillius (gens); Camelius (gens); Cania (gens); Canidia (gens); Caninia (gens); Cantia (gens); Cantilia (gens); Canuleia (gens); Canutia (gens); Caprenius (gens); Carfulena (gens); Carisia (gens); Caristanius (gens); Carius (gens); Carpinatia (gens); Carteia (gens); Carvilia (gens); Carvilius (gens); Cassia (gens); Castricia (gens); Castrinia (gens); Catia (gens); Catiena (gens); Catilia (gens); Ceionia (gens); Centenia (gens); Cestia (gens); Cicereia (gens); Cilnia (gens); Cincia (gens); Cispia (gens); Claudia (gens); Clodius (gens); Cloelia (gens); Clovius (gens); Cluentia (gens); Cluntius (gens); Cluvia (gens); Cocceia (gens); Coiedius (gens); Cominia (gens); Consentia (gens); Considia (gens); Coponia (gens); Cordius (gens); Corfidia (gens); Cornelia (gens); Cornificia (gens); Coruncania (gens); Coruncanius (gens); Cosconia (gens); Cosconius (gens);Cossinia (gens); Cossutia (gens); Cotia (gens); Cottia (gens); Crassitia (gens); Crepereia (gens); Critonia (gens); Cupiennia (gens); Curia (gens); Curiatia (gens); Curius (gens); Curtia (gens); Curtilia (gens); Curtius (gens); and Cuspia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “D”
A total of 16 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “D” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Decia (gens); Decimia (gens); Decumius (gens); Dellia (gens); Desticius (gens); Dexsius (gens); Didia (gens); Didius (gens); Digitia (gens); Dillius (gens); Domitia (gens); Domitius (gens); Dossenius (gens); Duilia (gens); Durmia (gens); and Duronia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “E”
A total of 11 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “E” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Egilia (gens); Egnatia (gens); Egnatius (gens); Egnatuleia (gens); Ennia (gens); Epidia (gens); Epidius (gens); Eppia (gens); Equitia (gens); Equitius (gens); and Erucia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “F”
A total of 36 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “F” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Fabia (gens); Fabius (gens); Fabricia (gens); Fadia (gens); Fadius (gens); Falcidia (gens); Faenius (gens); Fannia (gens); Faucia (gens); Falerius (gens); Favonius (gens); Festinius (gens); Fidiculania (gens); Flaminia (gens); Flavia (gens); Flavius (gens); Flavinius (gens); Flavonius (gens); Floridius (gens); Florius (gens); Floronius (gens); Fonteia (gens); Foslia (gens); Fufetia (gens); Fufia (gens); Fuficia (gens); Fufidia (gens); Fufius (gens); Fulcinia (gens); Fulcinius (gens); Fulvia (gens); Fulvius (gens); Fundania (gens); Fundanus (gens); Furia (gens); and Furnia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “G”
A total of 19 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “G” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Gabinia (gens); Gabinius (gens); Galeria (gens); Galerius (gens); Gallia (gens); Gargonia (gens); Gavia (gens); Gavius (gens); Gegania (gens); Gellia (gens); Gellius (gens); Geminia (gens); Genucia (gens); Gessia (gens); Grania (gens); Granius (gens); Gratidia (gens); Gratius (gens); and Gratidius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “H”
A total of 20 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “H” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Hateria (gens); Heia (gens); Helvia (gens); Helvidia (gens); Helvetius (gens); Helvius (gens); Herdonia (gens); Herennia (gens); Herennius (gens); Herminia (gens); Hirria (gens); Hirtia (gens); Hirtius (gens); Hirtuleia (gens); Horatia (gens); Hortensia (gens); Hortensius (gens); Hosidia (gens); Hosidius (gens); and Hostilia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “I”
A total of 5 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “I” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Iccia (gens); Icilia (gens); Icilius (gens); Insteia (gens); and Insteius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “J”
A total of 4 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “J” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:Julia (gens); Junia (gens); Juventia (gens); and Juventius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “L”
A total of 24 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “L” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Laberius (gens); Labienus (gens); Laelia (gens); Laelius (gens); Laetorius (gens); Lafrenius (gens); Lampronius (gens); Lartia (gens); Latria (gens); Lartius (gens); Liburnius (gens); Licinia (gens); Livia (gens); Livius (gens); Lollia (gens); Longinius (gens); Loreius (gens); Lucceius (gens); Lucilia (gens); Lucilius (gens); Lucius (gens); Lucretia (gens); Lusius (gens); and Lutatius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “M”
A total of 28 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “M” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Macrinius (gens); Maecilius (gens); Maelius (gens); Mallius (gens); Mamilia (gens); Manilia (gens); Manilius (gens); Manlia (gens); Marcia (gens); Maria (gens); Marius (gens); Matius (gens); Maximius (gens); Memmia (gens); Memmius (gens); Menenia (gens); Messienus (gens); Metilia (gens); Metilius (gens); Milonius (gens); Minicius (gens); Minucia (gens); Minucius (gens); Modia (gens); Mucia (gens); Munatius (gens); Munius (gens); and Murrius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “N”
A total of 17 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “N” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Naevia (gens); Naevius (gens); Nasennius (gens); Nautia (gens); Nemetorius (gens); Nepius (gens); Nigidius (gens); Nigilius (gens);  Ninnia (gens); Ninnius (gens); Nipius (gens); Nonia (gens); Norbana (gens); Norbanus (gens); Novius (gens); Numicia (gens); and Numerius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “O”
A total of 10 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “O” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Octavia (gens); Octavius (gens); Olcinius (gens); Opimia (gens); Oppia (gens); Oppius (gens); Opsius (gens); Oranius (gens); Otacilia (gens); and Ovidia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “P”
A total of 39 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “P” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Paesentius (gens); Palpellius (gens); Papinius (gens); Papiria (gens); Papirius (gens); Papius (gens); Pedius (gens); Peltrasius (gens); Pescennius (gens); Petellius (gens); Petilius (gens); Petillius (gens); Petronius (gens); Pinaria (gens); Piscius (gens); Pisentius (gens); Placidius (gens); Plautius (gens); Plinius (gens); Plotius (gens); Pollia (gens); Pollius (gens); Pompeia (gens); Pompilia (gens); Pomponia (gens); Pomptinus (gens); Pontidius (gens); Pontius (gens); Popidius (gens); Porcia (gens); Portius (gens); Postumia (gens); Postumius (gens); Potitia (gens); Publicia (gens); Publicius (gens); Publilia (gens); Pullo (gens); and Pupius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “Q”
A total of 4 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “Q” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Quinctia (gens); and Quinctilia (gens); Quinctius (gens); and Quirinius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “R”
A total of 9 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “R” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Rabiria (gens); Rabirius (gens); Remmia (gens); Romilia (gens); Rufius (gens); Rufrius (gens); Rusonius (gens); Rutilia (gens); and Rutilius (gens); Roman Gens: Letter “S”
A total of 36 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “S” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Sabucius (gens); Sallustius (gens); Salonius (gens); Salvia (gens); Salvius (gens); Scribonius (gens); Secundinius (gens); Secundius (gens); Seius (gens);Sempronia (gens); Sennius (gens); Sentius (gens); Septimia (gens); Sepunius (gens); Sepurcius (gens); Sergia (gens); Sergius (gens); Sertoria (gens); Servilia (gens); Sestia (gens); Sextia (gens); Sextilia (gens); Siccia (gens); Sicinia (gens); Sidonius (gens); Silius (gens); Sittius (gens); Socellius (gens); Sornatius (gens); Sosia (gens); Spurius (gens); Statius (gens); Statilius (gens); Stertinius (gens); Suedius (gens); and Sulpicia (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “T”
A total of 22 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “T” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Tadius (gens); Talmudius (gens); Tanicius (gens); Tarpeia (gens); Tarquinia (gens); Tarquitia (gens); Terentia (gens); Tertinius (gens); Tettidius (gens); Tettienus (gens); Tettius (gens); Titia (gens); Titiedius (gens); Titinius (gens); Trebatius (gens); Trebellius (gens); Treblanus (gens); Tremellius (gens); Tuccius (gens); Tullia (gens); Tullius (gens); and Turullius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “U”
A total of 6 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “U” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Ulpia (gens); Umbrenius (gens); Umbrius (gens); Ummidia (gens); Urgulanius (gens); and Uulius (gens).

Roman Gens: Letter “V”
A total of 41 Roman “gens” (i.e., gents) and “nomina” starting with the letter “V” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Vagennius (gens); Vagionius (gens); Vagnius (gens); Valerius (gens); Varius (gens); Vassenius (gens); Vatinius (gens); Vedius (gens); Velius (gens); Veranius (gens); Verecundius (gens); Vergilia (gens); Vergilius (gens); Verginia (gens); Veturia (gens); Vetusia (gens); Vipsania (gens); Vesnius (gens); Vesuvius (gens); Vibenius (gens); Vibidius (gens); Vibius (gens); Victricius (gens); Viducius (gens); Vinicius (gens); Vipsanius (gens); Vipstanus (gens); Viridius (gens); Virius (gens); Visellia (gens); Vitellia (gens); Vitellius (gens); Vitruvius (gens); Volaginius (gens); Volcatius (gens); Volumnia (gens); Volumnius (gens); Volusenna (gens); Volusenus (gens); Volusius (gens); and Vorenius (gens).


13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati
As with most things Roman, fraudulent versions exists in the underworld in order to confuse historians and people alike. The 13 bloodlines of Rome are no different and are represented in the underworld by the so-called “
13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati”, which itself may be cover for 13 anonymous Jewish families which reside in Switzerland. In other words, a red herring (i.e., the 13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati) is put forth as a diversionary tactic which seems plausible, albeit ultimately irrelevant. Although these 13 families (Jewish or otherwise) may wield some real financial and political power, they are damned to the underworld and barred from Greenland just like the rest of humanity. While there is some debate over which families make up the so-called 13 Bloodlines of the Illuminati, most agree on the following 13 names (i.e., the Astor Bloodline; the Bundy Bloodline; the Collins Bloodline; the DuPont Bloodline; the Freeman Bloodline; the Kennedy Bloodline; the Li Bloodline; the Onassis Bloodline; the Reynolds Bloodline; the Rockefeller Bloodline; the Rothschild Bloodline; the Russell Bloodline; and the Van Duyn Bloodline. However, it stands to reason that if the aforementioned bloodlines truly ruled the world, John Eleuthère du Pont would never have been convicted of murder, and John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy would not have been assassinated. Although only pure speculation, the name of the 13 Illuminati bloodlines may have been derived from Roman family names out of pure jest. As evidenced, the following 13 Roman names are consonantly similar enough to the 13 Illuminati names to suggest a possible connection (i.e., Actoria (C/S+T+R) as in Astor (C/S+T+R); Bantia (B+N+T) as in Bundy (B+N+D); Calenus (C+L+N+S) as in Collins (C+L+N+S); Pontius (P+N+T+S) as in DuPont (D+P+N+T+S); Frumentius (F+R+M+N+T+S) as in Freeman (F+R+M+N); Canidia (C/K+N+D) as in Kennedy (C/K+N+D); Laelia (L+L) as in Li (L); Ancus (N+C/S+S) as in Onassis (N+S+S); Oranius (R+N+S) as in Reynolds (R+N+L+D+S); Erucia (R+C/K) as in Rock (R+C/K) and Falerius (F+L+R+S) as in Feller (F+L+R); Articuleia (R+T+C/S+L) as in Rothschild (R+T+S+C/S+L+D); Ruso (R+S) as in Russell (R+S+L); Fundania (F+N+D+N) as in Van Duyn (V+N+D+N). That being said, the name Rothschild means “red shield” in the language of German which appears to be indicative of the red shield of the Roman Empire. Lastly, the name Rockefeller contains the name “rock” which is indicative of the rock of Greenland.



Roman Cognomina: Letter “A”

A total of 87 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “A” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to: Abercius (cognomina); Abito (cognomina); Acacius (cognomina); Acaunus (cognomina); Achaicus (cognomina); Acilianus (cognomina); Adauctus (cognomina); Adepphius (cognomina); Adjutor (cognomina); Adranos (cognomina); Adventus (cognomina); Aeacus (cognomina); Aebutus (cognomina); Aemilianus (cognomina); Aetius (cognomina); Afer (cognomina); Agaptus (cognomina); Agatopus (cognomina); Agelastus (cognomina); Agorix (cognomina); Agricola (cognomina); Agrippa (cognomina); Agustalis (cognomina); Ahala (cognomina); Ahenobarbus (cognomina); Albanus (cognomina); Albinius (cognomina); Albinus (cognomina); Albucius (cognomina); Alethius (cognomina); Allectus (cognomina); Aloysius (cognomina); Aluredes (cognomina); Alypius (cognomina); Amandus (cognomina); Amantius (cognomina); Ambrosius (cognomina); Amor (cognomina); Amphion (cognomina); Anatolius (cognomina); Ancus (cognomina); Andronicus (cognomina); Angelus (cognomina); Antius (cognomina); Anullinus (cognomina); Apelles (cognomina); Apellinus (cognomina); Aper (cognomina); Apollonarius (cognomina); Aponius (cognomina); Aquila, (cognomina); Aquilius (cognomina); Aquillius (cognomina); Aratus (cognomina); Arcadius (cognomina); Arcavius (cognomina); Archarius (cognomina); Arius (cognomina); Armiger (cognomina); Arminus (cognomina); Arpagius (cognomina); Arrianus (cognomina); Arruntius (cognomina); Aruns (cognomina); Arvina (cognomina); Asellio (cognomina); Asina (cognomina); Asprenas (cognomina); Asprenus (cognomina); Assanius (cognomina); Audaios (cognomina); Audens (cognomina); Augendus (cognomina); Augurnus (cognomina); Augurius (cognomina); Augustalis (cognomina); Augustanus (cognomina); Augustus (cognomina); Auila (cognomina); Aurelianus (cognomina); Aurelius (cognomina); Ausonius (cognomina); Auspex (cognomina); Auxentius (cognomina); Auxientius (cognomina); Auxilius (cognomina); and Avienus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “B”

A total of 40 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “B” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Balbillus (cognomina); Balbus (cognomina); Balduinus (cognomina); Bambalio (cognomina); Bamballio (cognomina); Banquerius (cognomina); Barbatus (cognomina); Baro (cognomina); Bassus (cognomina); Bato (cognomina); Belenus (cognomina); Belisarius (cognomina); Bellator (cognomina); Belletor (cognomina); Bellicus (cognomina); Bellus (cognomina); Bestia (cognomina); Betto (cognomina); Bibaculus (cognomina); Bibulus (cognomina); Bitucus (cognomina); Blandus (cognomina); Bodenius (cognomina); Bolanus (cognomina); Bonifatius (cognomina); Bonosus (cognomina); Bonus (cognomina); Bradua (cognomina); Britannicus (cognomina); Brocchus (cognomina); Bromidus (cognomina); Bruccius (cognomina); Brucetus (cognomina); Bruscius (cognomina); Brutus (cognomina); Bubo (cognomina); Buccio (cognomina); Bulla (cognomina); Burcanius (cognomina); Burrus (cognomina); and Buteo (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “C”
A total of 130 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “C” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Caecilianus (cognomina); Caecina (cognomina); Caecus (cognomina); Caelistis (cognomina); Caelestius (cognomina); Caelianus (cognomina); Caelinus (cognomina); Caepio (cognomina); Caerellius (cognomina); Caesar (cognomina); Calacicus (cognomina); Calatinus (cognomina); Caldus (cognomina); Calenus (cognomina); Calerus (cognomina); Caletus (cognomina); Caligula (cognomina); Callisunus (cognomina); Calogerus (cognomina); Calpornius (cognomina); Calpurnianus (cognomina); Calpurnis (cognomina); Calvinus (cognomina); Calvus (cognomina); Camerius (cognomina); Camillus (cognomina); Campanus (cognomina); Candidianus (cognomina); Candidus (cognomina); Candidius (cognomina); Canio (cognomina); Canisius (cognomina); Cantaber (cognomina); Capito (cognomina); Capiton (cognomina); Caprarius (cognomina); Caracturus (cognomina); Carantus (cognomina); Carbo (cognomina); Carinus (cognomina) Carius (cognomina); Carnifex (cognomina); Carus (cognomina); Casca (cognomina); Cassianus (cognomina); Castinus (cognomina); Castorius (cognomina); Castus (cognomina); Catianus (cognomina); Catilina (cognomina); Cato (cognomina); Catonius (cognomina); Catullus (cognomina);  Catulus (cognomina); Catus (cognomina); Cecilianus (cognomina); Celatus (cognomina); Celer (cognomina); Celsus (cognomina); Cenaeus (cognomina); Cencius (cognomina); Censorinus (cognomina); Censorius (cognomina); Centumalus (cognomina); Cerialis (cognomina); Cerinthus (cognomina); Cerularius (cognomina); Cervianus (cognomina); Cervidus (cognomina); Cethegus (cognomina); Chlorus (cognomina); Christianus (cognomina); Cicero (cognomina); Cico (cognomina); Cimber (cognomina); Cinna (cognomina); Cinnianus (cognomina); Cita (cognomina); Cittinus (cognomina); Civilis  (cognomina);  Clarus (cognomina); Classicianus (cognomina); Claudianus (cognomina); Clemens (cognomina); Clement (cognomina); Clodian (cognomina); Clodianus (cognomina); Cogitatus (cognomina); Colias (cognomina); Collatinus (cognomina); Columbanus (cognomina); Columella (cognomina); Comes (cognomina); Comitianus (cognomina); Comitinus (cognomina); Commidius (cognomina); Commidus (cognomina); Commius (cognomina); Commodus (cognomina); Concessus (cognomina); Congrio (cognomina); Constans (cognomina); Constantius (cognomina); Corbulo (cognomina); Cordus (cognomina); Cornix (cognomina); Cornutus (cognomina); Corvinus (cognomina); Corvus (cognomina); Cosmas (cognomina); Cotentinus (cognomina); Cotta (cognomina); Crassus (cognomina); Cremutius (cognomina); Crescentius (cognomina); Cresces (cognomina); Crispian (cognomina); Crispin (cognomina); Crispus (cognomina); Crito (cognomina); Crotilo (cognomina); Cucuphas (cognomina); Culleolus (cognomina); Cumanus (cognomina); Cunobarrus (cognomina); Cupitas (cognomina); Curio (cognomina); Cyprianus (cognomina); Cyprias (cognomina); and Cyricus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “D”
A total of 38 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “D” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Dacien (cognomina); Dalmatius (cognomina); Dama (cognomina); Damasippus (cognomina); Damasus (cognomina); Damian (cognomina); Dannicus (cognomina); Dardanius (cognomina); Dardanus (cognomina); Decentius (cognomina); Decianus (cognomina); Decmitius (cognomina); Decmus (cognomina); Dexion (cognomina); Dexippus (cognomina); Didicus (cognomina); Dignus (cognomina); Dio (cognomina); Diocletianus (cognomina); Diocourides (cognomina); Disertus (cognomina); Docilinus (cognomina); Docilus (cognomina); Dolabella (cognomina); Dominicus (cognomina); Domitianus (cognomina); Donatianus (cognomina); Donatus (cognomina); Donicus (cognomina); Dorotheus (cognomina); Draco (cognomina); Drusillus (cognomina); Drusus (cognomina); Dubitatius (cognomina); Dulcitius (cognomina); Durio (cognomina); Durus (cognomina); and Duvianus (cognomina).

Cognomina: Letter “E”
A total of 36 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “E” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Eborius (cognomina); Eburnus (cognomina); Ecdicius (cognomina); Eclectus (cognomina); Egbuttius (cognomina); Egnatius (cognomina); Elerius (cognomina); Eliphas (cognomina); Elpidius (cognomina); Elvorix (cognomina); Emeritus (cognomina); Encratis (cognomina); Ennecus (cognomina); Ennius (cognomina); Ennodius (cognomina); Eonus (cognomina); Epidianus (cognomina); Epimachus (cognomina); Epolonius (cognomina); Erasinus (cognomina); Esdras (cognomina); Eudomius (cognomina); Eudoxius (cognomina); Eugenius (cognomina); Eugenus (cognomina); Eulogius (cognomina); Eumenius (cognomina); Eunapius (cognomina); Euphemius (cognomina); Eustacius (cognomina); Eutherius (cognomina); Evodius (cognomina); Excingus (cognomina); Exsupereus (cognomina); Exuperantius (cognomina); and Exupertus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “F”
A total of 56 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “F” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Fabianus (cognomina); Fabillus (cognomina); Facilis (cognomina); Fadus (cognomina); Fagus (cognomina); Falco (cognomina); Falconius (cognomina); Falx (cognomina); Famia (cognomina); Familiaris (cognomina); Fastidius (cognomina); Farus (cognomina); Faustillus (cognomina); Faustinianus (cognomina); Faustinius (cognomina); Faustus (cognomina); Faventinus (cognomina); Felicissimus (cognomina); Felissimus (cognomina); Felix (cognomina); Ferentinus (cognomina); Ferreolius (cognomina); Festus (cognomina); Fidelis (cognomina); Figulus (cognomina); Fimbria (cognomina); Fimus (cognomina); Firminus (cognomina); Firmus (cognomina); Flaccus (cognomina); Flamma (cognomina); Flavian (cognomina); Flavianus (cognomina); Flavillus (cognomina); Flavinus (cognomina); Florens (cognomina); Florentius (cognomina); Florianus (cognomina); Florus (cognomina); Forianus (cognomina); Fortunatus (cognomina); Fraucus (cognomina); Fredisius (cognomina); Frigidian (cognomina); Frontalis (cognomina); Frontinus (cognomina); Fronto (cognomina); Fructosis (cognomina); Frugi (cognomina); Frugius (cognomina); Frumentius (cognomina); Fullofaudes (cognomina); Fulvianus (cognomina); Furius (cognomina); Fuscinus (cognomina); and Fuscus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “G”
A total of 45 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “G” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Gaianus (cognomina); Gaius (cognomina); Gala (cognomina); Galarius (cognomina); Galenus (cognomina); Galerus (cognomina); Gallio (cognomina); Gallus (cognomina); Galvisius (cognomina); Garilianus (cognomina); Gaurus (cognomina); Gavros (cognomina); Gavrus (cognomina); Gelasius (cognomina); Gellius (cognomina); Gemellus (cognomina); Geminianus (cognomina); Generidus (cognomina); Genesius (cognomina); Genialis (cognomina); Gennadius (cognomina); Gerardus (cognomina); Germanus (cognomina); Germanicus (cognomina); Gessius (cognomina); Geta (cognomina); Getha (cognomina); Glabrio (cognomina); Glaucia (cognomina); Globulus (cognomina); Gluvias (cognomina); Glycia (cognomina); Gordian (cognomina); Gordianus (cognomina); Gordio (cognomina); Gorgonius (cognomina); Gracchus (cognomina); Gracilis (cognomina); Gratian (cognomina); Gratidianus (cognomina); Grattus (cognomina); Gregorius (cognomina); Grumio (cognomina); Gualterus (cognomina); and Gryllus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “H”
A total of 25 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “H” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Habitus (cognomina); Hadrianus (cognomina); Hardalio (cognomina); Haterius (cognomina); Helvius (cognomina); Herculius (cognomina); Herenus (cognomina); Herma (cognomina); Hermina (cognomina); Hesychius (cognomina); Hiberus (cognomina); Hilario (cognomina); Hilaris (cognomina); Hilarius (cognomina); Hirpinius (cognomina); Hirrus (cognomina); Homullus (cognomina); Honoratus (cognomina); Horatius (cognomina); Hortensis (cognomina); Hortensius (cognomina); Hortensus (cognomina); Hosidius (cognomina); Humilus (cognomina); and Hybrida (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “I”
A total of 30 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “I” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Iacomus (cognomina); Igennus (cognomina); Ignatius (cognomina); Indaletius (cognomina); Indus (cognomina); Ingenuus (cognomina); Ingenvinus (cognomina); Iocundus (cognomina); Iovinus (cognomina); Irenaeus (cognomina); Isatis (cognomina); Isauricus (cognomina); Italicus (cognomina); Ivmarus (cognomina); Ianuarius (cognomina); Iavolenus (cognomina); Iovinianus (cognomina); Iovinus (cognomina); Iovius (cognomina); Iuba (cognomina); Iulian (cognomina); Iulianus (cognomina); Iuncinus (cognomina); Iuncus (cognomina); Iunianus (cognomina); Iustianus (cognomina); Iustinianus (cognomina); Iustinus (cognomina); Iustus (cognomina); and Iuvenlis (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “L”
A total of 55 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “L” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Labienus (cognomina); Lactantius (cognomina); Laeca (cognomina); Laenas (cognomina); Laetinianus (cognomina); Laevinus (cognomina); Larcius (cognomina); Lartius (cognomina); Lateranus (cognomina); Latinius (cognomina); Laurentius (cognomina); Leddicus (cognomina); Lentullus (cognomina); Lentulus (cognomina); Leon (cognomina); Leontius (cognomina); Lepidus (cognomina); Lepontus (cognomina); Leptis (cognomina); Libanius (cognomina); Liberalis (cognomina); Libo (cognomina); Licinianus (cognomina); Licinius (cognomina); Ligur (cognomina); Ligustinus (cognomina); Limetanus (cognomina); Linus (cognomina); Litorius (cognomina); Littera (cognomina); Litumaris (cognomina); Livianus (cognomina); Livigenus (cognomina); Longinus (cognomina); Lovernianus (cognomina); Lovernius (cognomina); Lucan (cognomina); Lucanus (cognomina); Lucianus (cognomina); Lucius (cognomina); Luccius (cognomina); Lucceius (cognomina); Lucilianus (cognomina); Lucretius (cognomina); Luctacus (cognomina); Lucullus (cognomina); Lunaris (cognomina); Luonercus (cognomina); Lupercus (cognomina); Lupicinus (cognomina); Lupinus (cognomina); Lupis (cognomina); Lurco (cognomina); Lurio (cognomina); Lutherius (cognomina); and  Lutorius (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “M”
A total of 92 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “M” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Maccalus (cognomina); Macrinus (cognomina); Macro (cognomina); Macrobius (cognomina); Mactator (cognomina); Maecenus (cognomina); Maecius (cognomina); Magnentius (cognomina); Magnus (cognomina); Magunnus (cognomina); Maius (cognomina); Major (cognomina); Majus (cognomina); Malchus (cognomina); Mallus (cognomina); Maltinus (cognomina); Mancinus (cognomina); Manlius (cognomina); Mansuetus (cognomina); Marcallas (cognomina); Marcellinus (cognomina); Marcellus (cognomina); Marcialis (cognomina); Marcipor (cognomina); Margarita (cognomina); Marinianus (cognomina); Marinus (cognomina); Maritialis (cognomina); Maritimus (cognomina); Marius (cognomina); Maro (cognomina); Marsallas (cognomina); Marsicus (cognomina); Marsus (cognomina); Marsyas (cognomina); Martial (cognomina); Martialis (cognomina); Martianus (cognomina); Martinus (cognomina); Martius (cognomina); Martyrius (cognomina); Marullinus (cognomina); Marullus (cognomina); Maternus (cognomina); Matho (cognomina); Mauricius (cognomina); Maursus (cognomina); Maximian (cognomina); Maximianus (cognomina); Maximinius (cognomina); Maximinus (cognomina); Maximus (cognomina); Medullinus (cognomina); Megellus (cognomina); Melissus (cognomina); Melitus (cognomina); Mellitus (cognomina); Melus (cognomina); Meminius (cognomina); Memmius (cognomina); Memor (cognomina); Mercator (cognomina); Mercurialis (cognomina); Mercurinus (cognomina); Merula (cognomina); Messala (cognomina); Messor (cognomina); Metellus (cognomina); Metilius (cognomina); Metunus (cognomina); Micianus (cognomina); Mico (cognomina); Micon (cognomina); Milonius (cognomina); Minervalis (cognomina); Minianus (cognomina); Minicianus (cognomina); Moderatus (cognomina); Molacus (cognomina); Momus (cognomina); Montanus (cognomina); Montaus (cognomina); Mordanticus (cognomina); Mucianus (cognomina); Muco (cognomina); Muncius (cognomina); Murena (cognomina); Mus (cognomina); Musa (cognomina); Musicus (cognomina); Mutilus (cognomina); and  Mutius (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “N”
A total of 34 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “N” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Nabor (cognomina); Naevius (cognomina); Narcissus (cognomina); Narses (cognomina); Nasica (cognomina); Naso (cognomina); Natalinus (cognomina); Natalis (cognomina); Naucratius (cognomina); Nazarius (cognomina); Nectaridus (cognomina); Nelius (cognomina); Nemesianus (cognomina); Nemnogenus (cognomina); Neneus (cognomina); Nennius (cognomina); Nepos (cognomina); Nero (cognomina); Nertomarus (cognomina); Nerva (cognomina); Nicasius (cognomina); Nicetius (cognomina); Nigellus (cognomina); Niger (cognomina); Nigidius (cognomina); Nigrinus (cognomina); Niraemius (cognomina); Nolus (cognomina); Nonius (cognomina); Noster (cognomina); Novation (cognomina); Novellius (cognomina); Numerianus (cognomina); and  Numonis (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “O”
A total of 18 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “O” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Oceanus (cognomina); Octavian (cognomina); Octavianus (cognomina); Octobrianus (cognomina); Olennius (cognomina); Olympicus (cognomina); Opilio (cognomina); Opimius (cognomina); Opis (cognomina); Optatus (cognomina); Ordius (cognomina); Orientalis (cognomina); Orientius (cognomina); Orissus (cognomina); Orosius (cognomina); Osterianus  Otho, (cognomina); and  Ovidus (cognomina);

Roman Cognomina: Letter “P”
A total of 92 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “P” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Pacatianus (cognomina); Pachomius (cognomina); Pacuvianus (cognomina); Paenula (cognomina); Paetinus (cognomina); Paetus (cognomina); Palicamus (cognomina); Pamphilius (cognomina); Panaetius (cognomina); Pansa (cognomina); Pantensus (cognomina); Pantera (cognomina); Panthera (cognomina); Papinian (cognomina); Papus (cognomina); Paratus (cognomina); Parnesius (cognomina); Pascentius (cognomina); Pastor (cognomina); Paterculus (cognomina); Paternus (cognomina); Patiens (cognomina); Patricius (cognomina); Paulinus (cognomina); Paullus (cognomina); Pavo (cognomina); Pelagius (cognomina); Pennus (cognomina); Peregrinus (cognomina); Perennis (cognomina); Perpenna (cognomina); Perperna (cognomina); Pertacus (cognomina); Pertinax (cognomina); Petasius (cognomina); Petreius (cognomina); Petronax (cognomina); Petrus (cognomina); Philippus (cognomina); Photius (cognomina); Pictor (cognomina); Pilatus (cognomina); Pilus (cognomina); Piso (cognomina); Pius (cognomina); Placidus (cognomina); Planta (cognomina); Plautis (cognomina); Plautius (cognomina); Plautus (cognomina); Pleminius (cognomina); Pollienus (cognomina); Pollio (cognomina); Polus (cognomina); Polybius (cognomina); Pompolussa (cognomina); Pomponius (cognomina); Poplicola (cognomina); Porcus (cognomina); Porphyrius (cognomina); Postumianus (cognomina); Postumus (cognomina); Potitus (cognomina); Praetextus (cognomina); Prilidianus (cognomina); Primanus (cognomina); Primulus (cognomina); Primus (cognomina); Prisca (cognomina); Priscian (cognomina); Priscillian (cognomina); Priscillianus (cognomina); Priscus (cognomina); Probus (cognomina); Processus (cognomina); Proceus (cognomina); Proculus (cognomina); Procyon (cognomina); Profuterius (cognomina); Propertius (cognomina); Protacius (cognomina); Protus (cognomina); Proxsimus (cognomina); Publianus (cognomina); Publicola (cognomina); Publicus (cognomina); Pudens (cognomina); Pudentius (cognomina); Pulcher (cognomina); Pulcherius (cognomina); Pullus (cognomina); Pusinnus (cognomina); and Pustula (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “Q”
A total of 12 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “Q” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Quartinus (cognomina); Quarto (cognomina); Quatruus (cognomina); Quentin (cognomina); Quietus (cognomina); Quintilianus (cognomina); Quintilius (cognomina); Quintillius (cognomina); Quintillus (cognomina); Quiriac (cognomina); Quiricus (cognomina); and Quirinalis (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “R”
A total of 32 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “R” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Ramio (cognomina); Ramirus (cognomina); Ravilla (cognomina); Reburrus (cognomina); Receptus (cognomina); Rectus (cognomina); Regillus (cognomina); Reginus (cognomina); Regulus (cognomina); Remigius (cognomina); Remus (cognomina); Renatus (cognomina); Respectus (cognomina); Restitutus (cognomina); Rex (cognomina); Rhesus (cognomina); Ripanus (cognomina); Rogatus (cognomina); Rogelius (cognomina); Romanus (cognomina); Romulianus (cognomina); Romulus (cognomina); Roscius (cognomina); Rufinianus (cognomina); Rufinus (cognomina); Rufrius (cognomina); Rufus (cognomina); Rullus (cognomina); Ruricius (cognomina); Ruso (cognomina); Rusticus (cognomina); and Rutilianus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “S”
A total of 96 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “S” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Sabellius (cognomina); Sabinianus (cognomina); Sabinus (cognomina); Sacerdos (cognomina); Saenus (cognomina); Salinator (cognomina); Salonianus (cognomina); Saloninus (cognomina); Salonius (cognomina); Salvian (cognomina); Salvianus (cognomina); Sanctus (cognomina); Sandilianus (cognomina); Sanga (cognomina); Sarimarcus (cognomina); Sarrius (cognomina); Saturninus (cognomina); Saunio (cognomina); Scaevola (cognomina); Scapula (cognomina); Scaro (cognomina); Scato (cognomina); Scaurus (cognomina); Schlerus (cognomina); Scipio (cognomina); Scribonianus (cognomina); Scrofa (cognomina); Sebastianus (cognomina); Secundas (cognomina); Segestes (cognomina); Sejanus (cognomina); Sellic (cognomina); Seneca (cognomina); Senecianus (cognomina); Senecio (cognomina); Senilis (cognomina); Senna (cognomina); Senopianus (cognomina); Sentius (cognomina); Septimianus (cognomina); Septimus (cognomina); Seronatus (cognomina); Serranus (cognomina); Servanus (cognomina); Servatius (cognomina); Seuso (cognomina); Severlinus (cognomina); Severus (cognomina); Sevso (cognomina); Siculus (cognomina); Sidonius (cognomina); Sigilis (cognomina); Silanus (cognomina); Silius (cognomina); Silo (cognomina); Silus (cognomina); Silvanus (cognomina); Similis (cognomina); Simo (cognomina); Simplex (cognomina); Simplicianus (cognomina); Siricus (cognomina); Sisenna (cognomina); Sisinnius (cognomina); Sita (cognomina); Sollemnis (cognomina); Sorex (cognomina); Sorio (cognomina); Sosius (cognomina); Sotericus (cognomina); Soulinus (cognomina); Sparticus (cognomina); Spendius (cognomina); Speratus (cognomina); Statius (cognomina); Stichus (cognomina); Strabo (cognomina); Sudrenus (cognomina); Suilius (cognomina); Sulinus (cognomina); Sulla (cognomina); Super (cognomina); Superbus (cognomina); Superstes (cognomina); Sura (cognomina); Surinus (cognomina); Surius (cognomina); Surus (cognomina); Sylla (cognomina); Sylvian (cognomina); Sylvius (cognomina); Symmachus (cognomina); Symphorian (cognomina); Sympronian (cognomina); Synistor (cognomina); and Synnodus.

Roman Cognomina: Letter “T”
A total of 45 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “T” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Tacitus (cognomina); Taenaris (cognomina); Tancinus (cognomina); Tanicus (cognomina); Tarsicius (cognomina); Tatianus (cognomina); Taurinus (cognomina); Telesinus (cognomina); Terenteianus (cognomina); Tertullian (cognomina); Tertulus (cognomina); Tetricus (cognomina); Tetullianus (cognomina); Thrasea (cognomina); Thurinus (cognomina); Tiberillus (cognomina); Tiberinus (cognomina); Tibullus (cognomina); Tiburs (cognomina); Titianus (cognomina); Titillus (cognomina); Torquatus (cognomina); Traianus (cognomina); Trailus (cognomina); Tranio (cognomina); Tranquillus (cognomina); Trebonianus (cognomina); Tremerus (cognomina); Tremorinus (cognomina); Trenico (cognomina); Trenus (cognomina); Triarius (cognomina); Trifer (cognomina); Triferus (cognomina); Trimalchio (cognomina); Trogus (cognomina); Trupo (cognomina); Tuccianus (cognomina); Tuditanus (cognomina); Turibius (cognomina); Turpilianus (cognomina); Turpilinus (cognomina); Tuticanus (cognomina); Tutor (cognomina); and  Tyranus (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “U”
A total of 5 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “U” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Ulpianus (cognomina); Urbicus (cognomina); Ursinus (cognomina); Ursus (cognomina); and Uticensis (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “V”
A total of 48 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “V” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Vala (cognomina); Valens (cognomina); Valentinian (cognomina); Valentinus (cognomina); Valerianus (cognomina); Valgus (cognomina); Varialus (cognomina); Varro (cognomina); Varus (cognomina); Vatia (cognomina); Vedrix (cognomina); Venantius (cognomina); Venator (cognomina); Ventor (cognomina); Venustinius (cognomina); Vepgenus (cognomina); Verecundus (cognomina); Verinus (cognomina); Verres (cognomina); Verrucosus (cognomina); Verullus (cognomina); Verus (cognomina); Vespasianus (cognomina); Vespillo (cognomina); Vestinus (cognomina); Vetranio (cognomina); Vettonianus (cognomina); Vetus (cognomina); Viator (cognomina); Vibennis (cognomina); Vibius (cognomina); Victor (cognomina); Victoricus (cognomina); Victorinus (cognomina); Victricius (cognomina); Vincentius (cognomina); Vindex (cognomina); Vinicianus (cognomina); Viridio (cognomina); Virilis (cognomina); Vitalinus (cognomina); Vitalis (cognomina); Vitulus (cognomina); Vitus (cognomina); Vocula (cognomina); Volusianus (cognomina); Vopiscus (cognomina); and Vulso (cognomina).

Roman Cognomina: Letter “Z”
A total of 2 Roman “cognomina” starting with the letter “Z” have been identified thus far, including but not limited to:
Zeno (cognomina); and Zosimus (cognomina).