enumerate

[ih-noo-muh-reyt, ih-nyoo-]
verb (used with object), enumerated, enumerating.
1.
to mention separately as if in counting; name one by one; specify, as in a list: Let me enumerate the many flaws in your hypothesis.
2.
to ascertain the number of; count.

Origin:
1640–50; < Latin ēnumerātus (past participle of ēnumerāre), equivalent to ē- -e + numer(us) number + -ātus -ate1

enumerative [ih-noo-muh-rey-tiv, -mer-uh-, ih-nyoo-] , adjective
enumerator, noun
nonenumerated, adjective
nonenumerative, adjective
preenumerate, verb (used with object), preenumerated, preenumerating.
reenumerate, verb (used with object), reenumerated, reenumerating.
unenumerated, adjective
unenumerative, adjective
well-enumerated, adjective


1. recapitulate, recount.
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enumerate (ɪˈnjuːməˌreɪt)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to mention separately or in order; name one by one; list
2.  (tr) to determine the number of; count
3.  (Canadian) to compile or enter (a name or names) in a voting list for an area
 
[C17: from Latin ēnumerāre, from numerāre to count, reckon; see number]
 
e'numerable
 
adj
 
enumer'ation
 
n
 
e'numerative
 
adj

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enumerate
1640s, from L. enumerat-, pp. stem of enumerare (see enumeration). Related: Enumerated; enumerating.
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Example sentences
These tangible elements may be readily enumerated and placed on record in the
  bookkeeping accounts.
To their credit, our consultants enumerated those differences to the board.
It's an enabling clause that must be used in conjunction with an enumerated
  power.
Each of the years enumerated here was followed by years of light and moderate
  snowfall.
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