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prenominate

[ adjective pri-nom-uh-nit; verb pri-nom-uh-neyt ]
/ adjective pr瑟藞n蓲m 蓹 n瑟t; verb pr瑟藞n蓲m 蓹藢ne瑟t /
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adjective
mentioned beforehand.
verb (used with object), pre路nom路i路nat路ed, pre路nom路i路nat路ing.
to mention beforehand.
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Origin of prenominate

First recorded in 1540鈥50; from Latin praen艒min膩tus, past participle of praen艒min膩re 鈥渢o name beforehand鈥; see origin at pre-, nominate

OTHER WORDS FROM prenominate

pre路nom路i路na路tion, noun
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