nominative definition

  • adjective:
    • Appointed to workplace.
    • Nominated as a candidate for company.
    • Having or bearing someone's name: nominative stocks.
    • Grammar Of, relating to, or becoming the scenario for the topic of a finite verb (when I in I had written the page) and of words identified using the subject of a copula, including a predicate nominative (as kiddies in These tend to be their young ones).
    • providing a name; naming; designating; — stated of this situation or kind of a noun which stands because the subject of a finite verb.
    • providing a name; naming; designating; -- said of that instance or kind of a noun which stands given that subject of a finite verb.
    • serving as or showing the main topic of a verb and words identified using the subject of a copular verb
    • appointed by nomination
    • known as; bearing the name of a certain person
  • noun:
    • Grammar The nominative case.
    • Grammar A word or type within the nominative situation.
    • The nominative situation.
    • A noun in the nominative instance.
    • In grammar, the nominative case; additionally, a nominative term. Abbreviated nominative
    • the group of nouns serving as grammatical subject of a verb
  • others:
    • Noting the subject: applied to that as a type of a noun or other word having case-inflection used if the word may be the topic of a sentence, or even the term itself with regards to appears because relation: since, the nominative instance of a Latin word; the nominative word in a sentence.

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