nominated, abstract noun, common noun, tokenish, subject case, indirect object, count noun, appointed, token, collective noun, gerund, appointive, nominative case, titular, nominal, direct object, concrete noun, genitive, ablative, specified
- Of this word we meet two forms only, both of the singular number, and both in the nominative case; viz. - "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
- B Elective versus nominative system discussed at Quebec Conference- latter decided upon, 164; George Brown approves of nominative system, 165; distribution of members of, 173; Dorion objects to nominative system, 175, 177; weakness of the system, 178; its reorganization advocated by Canada First Association, 236. Seneca Indians. - "The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History", Various.
- 1. The nominative or the subject of a sentence is always placed at the beginning. - "Lectures on The Science of Language", Max MÃ¼ller.