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de·nom·i·nate

 (dĭ-nŏm′ə-nāt′)
tr.v. de·nom·i·nat·ed, de·nom·i·nat·ing, de·nom·i·nates
1. To issue or express in terms of a given monetary unit: securities that are denominated in dollars or yen.
2. To give a name to; designate.
adj. (-ə-nĭt)
Of or relating to a quantity as a multiple of a unit: 12 in 12 pounds is denominate.

[Latin dēnōmināre, dēnōmināt- : dē-, de- + nōmināre, to name (from nōmen, nōmin-, name; see nō̆-men- in Indo-European roots).]

de·nom′i·na·ble (-nə-bəl) adj.

denominate

vb
(tr) to give a specific name to; designate
adj
(Mathematics) maths (of a number) representing a multiple of a unit of measurement: 4 is the denominate number in 4 miles.
[C16: from de- + Latin nōmināre to call by name; see nominate]
deˈnominable adj

de•nom•i•nate

(dɪˈnɒm əˌneɪt)

v.t. -nat•ed, -nat•ing.
to give a name to; denote; designate.
[1545–55; < Latin dēnōminātus, past participle of dēnōmināre=dē- de- + nōmināre; see de-, nominate]

denominate


Past participle: denominated
Gerund: denominating

Imperative
denominate
denominate
Present
I denominate
you denominate
he/she/it denominates
we denominate
you denominate
they denominate
Preterite
I denominated
you denominated
he/she/it denominated
we denominated
you denominated
they denominated
Present Continuous
I am denominating
you are denominating
he/she/it is denominating
we are denominating
you are denominating
they are denominating
Present Perfect
I have denominated
you have denominated
he/she/it has denominated
we have denominated
you have denominated
they have denominated
Past Continuous
I was denominating
you were denominating
he/she/it was denominating
we were denominating
you were denominating
they were denominating
Past Perfect
I had denominated
you had denominated
he/she/it had denominated
we had denominated
you had denominated
they had denominated
Future
I will denominate
you will denominate
he/she/it will denominate
we will denominate
you will denominate
they will denominate
Future Perfect
I will have denominated
you will have denominated
he/she/it will have denominated
we will have denominated
you will have denominated
they will have denominated
Future Continuous
I will be denominating
you will be denominating
he/she/it will be denominating
we will be denominating
you will be denominating
they will be denominating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been denominating
you have been denominating
he/she/it has been denominating
we have been denominating
you have been denominating
they have been denominating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been denominating
you will have been denominating
he/she/it will have been denominating
we will have been denominating
you will have been denominating
they will have been denominating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been denominating
you had been denominating
he/she/it had been denominating
we had been denominating
you had been denominating
they had been denominating
Conditional
I would denominate
you would denominate
he/she/it would denominate
we would denominate
you would denominate
they would denominate
Past Conditional
I would have denominated
you would have denominated
he/she/it would have denominated
we would have denominated
you would have denominated
they would have denominated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.denominate - assign a name or title to
denote - be a sign or indication of; "Her smile denoted that she agreed"
number - give numbers to; "You should number the pages of the thesis"
label - assign a label to; designate with a label; "These students were labelled `learning disabled'"

denominate

verb
To give a name or title to:
Translations

denominate

[dɪˈnɒmɪneɪt] VTdenominar

denominate

References in classic literature ?
WE SHOULD BE READY TO DENOMINATE INJURIES THOSE THINGS WHICH WERE IN REALITY THE JUSTIFIABLE ACTS OF INDEPENDENT SOVEREIGNTIES CONSULTING A DISTINCT INTEREST.
I succeeded so well in this endeavor that, in a few days, the creature bestowed upon me various tokens of his favor, and in the end even went to the trouble of teaching me the rudiments of what it was vain enough to denominate its language; so that, at length, I was enabled to converse with it readily, and came to make it comprehend the ardent desire I had of seeing the world.
A clean-shaved man, with an official manner and wearing gold-rimmed spectacles, called on me one day and made inquiries, at first circuitous, after- wards suavely pressing, about what he was pleased to denominate certain 'documents.