verb (used with object), no·tat·ed, no·tat·ing.
Examples from the Web for notated
When the voices split up into parts, it is so notated in the music.
This matches the rhythm as previously notated in the song, and corrected the incorrect number of beats in the bar.
They are notated, however, at the pitch of the speaking voice.
It might have been notated in 9/4 time instead, in which case it would have but five measures.
He also notated a green eye-shade, a pair of goggles, and the ingredients for making a dark brown face stain.Bart Stirling's Road to Success|Allen Chapman
British Dictionary definitions for notated
Word Origin for notate
Word Origin and History for notated
1922, from Latin notatus, past participle of notare (see note (v.)). Related: Notated; notating.