innominate

[ ih-nom-uh-nit ]
/ ɪˈnɒm ə nɪt /

adjective

having no name; nameless; anonymous.

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Origin of innominate

First recorded in 1630–40, innominate is from the Late Latin word innōminātus unnamed. See in-3, nominate
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British Dictionary definitions for innominate

innominate
/ (ɪˈnɒmɪnɪt) /

adjective

having no name; nameless
a less common word for anonymous
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Medical definitions for innominate

innominate
[ ĭ-nŏmə-nĭt ]

adj.

Having no name.
Anonymous.
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