Origin of denominate
OTHER WORDS FROM denominateun·de·nom·i·nat·ed, adjective
How to use denominate in a sentence
Inside was a stunning collection of corporate bond certificates denominated in U.S. dollars, Hong Kong dollars and euros.Vatican Hustle: Con Men No Longer Welcome in the Holy See|Tom Kington|March 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most of the borrowing by Italian firms is denominated in euros.
The most important donations were not denominated in dollars, but in hours.
The vast majority of international economic transactions are denominated in dollars.
The disturbances which took place there, and which were denominated the "Rebecca riots," were equally singular and unexpected.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
The Greeks and Latins denominated it cynocephalus, because its muzzle resembles that of a dog.
He is denominated the crab-dog, because he principally feeds upon crabs and other crustaceous animals.
But Mary firmly held her hand, and led her on through the long hall, into a room which they usually denominated "the best room."The English Orphans|Mary Jane Holmes
Harrow is called Ida, as his friends are denominated by fictitious names.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli