verb (used with object), no·ti·fied, no·ti·fy·ing.
- notice board,
- notifiable disease,
Origin of notify
Examples from the Web for notifying
Mr. Graham evidently knew, and knowing had supplied his place without deeming him worth the trouble of notifying, even.The Dreamer|Mary Newton Stanard
It seems that instead of going to bed, Pa Tescheron took a new start as soon as he read my message about notifying the coroner.Cupid's Middleman|Edward B. Lent
When the book comes, and has been made ready for use, send a note to this person, notifying him of the fact of its arrival.A Library Primer|John Cotton Dana
He thought of notifying the police—but he didn't want them hunting about the mill—or anybody else.The Rival Campers Ashore|Ruel Perley Smith
There was a moment's hesitation as to notifying the kitchen of his departure.The Damnation of Theron Ware|Harold Frederic
verb -fies, -fying or -fied (tr)
Word Origin for notify
late 14c., from Old French notefiier "make known, inform, apprise" (13c.), from Latin notificare "to make known, notify," from Latin notus "known" (see notice (n.)) + root of facere "make, do" (see factitious). Related: Notified; notifying.