[nom-uh-ney-shuh n] /ˌnɒm əˈneɪ ʃən/
an act or instance of , especially to office:
The floor is open for nomination of candidates for the presidency.
the state of being .
the act of nominating or state of being nominated, esp as an election candidate
early 15c., “act of mentioning by name,” from Middle French nomination (14c.), and directly from Latin nominationem (nominative nominatio) “a naming, designation,” from nominare “to name” (see nominate (v.)). Meaning “fact of being proposed as a candidate” is attested from late 15c.
[nom-uh-nuh-tiv, nom-nuh- or for 2, 3, nom-uh-ney-tiv] /ˈnɒm ə nə tɪv, ˈnɒm nə- or for 2, 3, ˈnɒm əˌneɪ tɪv/ adjective 1. Grammar. 2. nominated; appointed by nomination. 3. made out in a person’s name, as a certificate or security. noun, Grammar. 4. the nominative case. 5. a word in the nominative case. 6. a […]
noun, Grammar. 1. a construction consisting in English of a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun in the nominative case followed by a predicate lacking a finite verb, used as a loose modifier of the whole sentence, as the play done in The play done, the audience left the theater.
noun, Grammar. 1. a noun naming the person to whom one is speaking.
- Nominative case
nominative case [(nom-uh-nuh-tiv)] The grammatical term indicating that a noun or pronoun is the subject of a sentence or clause rather than its object. (See case and objective case.)