appellation definition

  • noun:
    • A name, name, or designation.
    • A protected title under which a wine might offered, suggesting that red grapes made use of tend to be of a particular type from a particular area.
    • The act of naming.
    • A name, subject, or designation.
    • a sign for wine that describes its geographical beginning.
    • The work of appealing; charm.
    • The act of phoning by a name.
    • The word by which a person or thing is named and understood; title; title; designation.
    • The work of attractive from a reduced to an increased court or expert; charm.
    • The work of attractive for help, sympathy, etc.; entreaty.
    • The act of naming; nomenclature.
    • the phrase through which you or thing is known as and understood; title; subject.
    • In logic, the acceptation of a phrase to denote a current thing.
    • identifying word or terms by which someone or something like that is named and categorized or distinguished from others

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