denominator

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From Late Latin dēnōminātor (that which names).

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denominator (plural denominators)

  1. (arithmetic) The number or expression written below the line in a fraction (such as 2 in ½).
  2. One who gives a name to something.

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Classical Latin dēnōminō (designate, name).

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dēnōminātor m (genitive dēnōminātōris); third declension

  1. one who names or designates

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative dēnōminātor dēnōminātōrēs
genitive dēnōminātōris dēnōminātōrum
dative dēnōminātōrī dēnōminātōribus
accusative dēnōminātōrem dēnōminātōrēs
ablative dēnōminātōre dēnōminātōribus
vocative dēnōminātor dēnōminātōrēs

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