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1prenominate

adjective pre·nom·i·nate \(ˌ)prē-ˈnä-mə-nət\

Definition of PRENOMINATE

obsolete
:  previously mentioned

Origin of PRENOMINATE

Late Latin praenominatus, past participle of praenominare to name before, from Latin prae- + nominare to name — more at nominate
First Known Use: 1513

2prenominate

verb pre·nom·i·nate \-ˌnāt\

Definition of PRENOMINATE

transitive verb
obsolete
:  to mention previously

First Known Use of PRENOMINATE

1547

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