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nominativo (accusative singular nominativon, plural nominativoj, accusative plural nominativojn)

  1. nominative

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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Latin nōminātīvus, derived from nōminō (I name, give name to).

AdjectiveEdit

nominativo (feminine singular nominativa, masculine plural nominativi, feminine plural nominative)

  1. nominative (in all senses)
  2. registered

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin nōminātīvus [​cāsus​], calque of ὀνομαστική [​πτῶσις​] (onomastikḗ [​ptôsis​]).

NounEdit

nominativo m (plural nominativi)

  1. (grammar) nominative case
    Hypernyms: caso
  2. Synonym of nome (name)
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EtymologyEdit

From Latin nōminatīvus (nominative).

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AdjectiveEdit

nominativo m (feminine singular nominativa, masculine plural nominativos, feminine plural nominativas, not comparable)

  1. nominal (concerning or containing names)
  2. nominal (assigned to or bearing a person’s name)
  3. which exists only in name
  4. (grammar) nominative (giving a name, naming; designating)

SynonymsEdit

  • (concerning or containing names): nominal
  • (assigned to or bearing a person’s name): nominal

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PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

nominativo (feminine singular nominativa, masculine plural nominativos, feminine plural nominativas)

  1. nominative (giving a name, naming; designating)
  2. nominative (grammar)

NounEdit

nominativo m (plural nominativos)

  1. nominative case