nom·i·nate 1 /'nä-mə-nət, -ˌnāt/ adj [Latin nominatus, past participle of nominare to call by name, from nomin- nomen name] in the civil law of Louisiana: having a special or certain name compare innominate
nom·i·nate 2 /'nä-mə-ˌnāt/ vt -nat·ed, -nat·ing
1: to appoint or propose for appointment to an office, position, or place
if the testator has nominated an executor of the will
the President...shall nominate and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint ambassadorsU.S. Constitution art. II
2: to propose as a candidate for election to office
nom·i·na·tion /ˌnä-mə-'nā-shən/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I verb appoint, assign, call, choose, commission, constitute, denominate, designare, designate, designate for appointment, designate for election, dicere, draft, engage, entitle, install, label, name, name for office, nominare, ordain, ordinate, place in authority, place in command, place in office, propose, propose as a candidate, put up, select, specify, style, suggest, tag, title, vote into office II index charge (empower), delegate, designate, induct, instate, invest (vest), propose, select

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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