- having no name; nameless; anonymous.
Origin of innominate
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Examples from the Web for innominate
The inferior thyroid veins which drop their blood into the innominate are obstructed by valves at their junction.
In the innominate bones of a young child the box-shape exists, while its prominent abdomen resembles that of the gorilla.
Make out the external jugular, the innominate, and its two branches, and the pulmo-cutaneous and vena cava superior.Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
H. G. Wells
Note the two large branches, the innominate arteries, given off by it near its origin.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition
Vernon L. Kellogg
Juristically this seems to be a rationalization of the Roman innominate contract.An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law
- having no name; nameless
- a less common word for anonymous
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- Having no name.
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