prenominate

prenominate

[adj. pri-nom-uh-nit; v. pri-nom-uh-neyt] Obsolete.
adjective
1.
mentioned beforehand.
verb (used with object), prenominated, prenominating.
2.
to mention beforehand.

Origin:
1540–50; < Latin praenōminātus past participle of praenōmināre to name beforehand. See pre-, nominate

prenomination, noun
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