Denomination Definition

dĭ-nŏmə-nāshən
denominations
noun
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The act of denominating.
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A name; esp., the name of a class of things.
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A particular religious body, with a specific name, organization, etc.
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A class or kind (esp. of units in a system) having a specific name or value.
Coins or stamps of different denominations.
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Denomination is defined as the act of categorizing or making a category, particularly of a religion.
An example of a denomination is Catholicism as a category of Christianity.
An example of a denomination is a $5 bill.
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Synonyms:
erastianismshintoparsismubiquitarianismmandaeismuniatismwahabiismanglo-catholicismathanasianismboehmenismlaudianismlaudismmuhammadanismsabaeanismconfucianism
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Other Word Forms of Denomination

Noun

Singular:
denomination
Plural:
denominations

Origin of Denomination

  • From Old French denominacion, from Latin denominatio

    From Wiktionary

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