Complete Definition of "nominate"

English

Etymology
From the past participle stem of Latin nominare, from nomen ânameâ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËnÉmɪneɪt/

Verb
en-verb|nominat|ing

  1. obsolete To entitle, confer a name upon.

#*1658: the City of Norwich [...] was enlarged, builded and nominated by the Saxons. â Sir Thomas Browne, Urne-Burial (Penguin 2005, p. 12)

  1. To name someone for a particular role or position, including that of an office.

Italian

Verb
nominate

  1. form of|second-person|Second-person plural present tense|nominare#Italian|nominare|lang=Italian
  2. form of|Second-person plural imperative|nominare#Italian|nominare|lang=Italian
  3. form of|feminine|Feminine plural|nominato

Category:Italian verb forms
Category:Italian past participle forms

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Revision and Credits for"nominate"
  • 2007-12-06 19:18 - Sewnmouthsecret - Reverted edits by [[Special:Contributions/65.209.23.226|65.209.23.226]] ([[User_talk:65.209.23.226|Talk]]); changed back to last version by [[User:Rodasmith|Rodasmith]]

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