denominate

[dih-nom-uh-neyt]
verb (used with object), denominated, denominating.
to give a name to; denote; designate.

Origin:
1545–55; < Latin dēnōminātus (past participle of dēnōmināre), equivalent to dē- de- + nōminātus; see nominate

undenominated, adjective
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denominate
 
vb
1.  (tr) to give a specific name to; designate
 
adj
2.  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]
 
de'nominable
 
adj

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denominate
1550s, from L. denominat-, pp. stem of denominare "to name" (see denomination).
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Example sentences
The policy providers, however, denominate or treat the claimed amounts as cash surrender value.
If the results do not match, use another method to denominate the currency.
Storm had failed to denominate the procedural rule under which its motion was filed.
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