Nominor

Related to Nominor: nominator, nominee

Nom´i`nor`


n.1.A nominator.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Feudalism demands to share with theocracy, while awaiting the inevitable arrival of the people, who will assume the part of the lion: Quia nominor leo .
From this point of view, organizations became a kind of practitioner of a Latin sentence, 'Ego primum tollo nominor quoniam leo'.
He is even clearer in writing to his wife when he hears she has been insulted for being the wife of an exile: fallitur iste tamen, quo iudice nominor exul: mollior est culpam poena secuta meam.
In the first example, the Latin sentence quia ego nominor leo "means" in its literal English translation "because my name is lion." But clearly, it is there in the textbook not so much to convey information about lions or their names as to illustrate the grammatical principle of subject-predicate agreement which the text is attempting to teach.