Nomenclator

• (n.) One who calls persons or things by their names. • (n.) One who gives names to things, or who settles and adjusts the nomenclature of any art or science; also, a list or vocabulary of technical names. • (n.) One who calls persons or things by their names. • (n.) One who gives names to things, or who settles and adjusts the...
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Nomenclator

[nomenclature] A nomenclator (ər; English plural nomenclators, Latin plural nomenclatores; derived from the Latin nomen- name + calare - to call), in classical times, referred to a slave whose duty was to recall the names of persons his master met during a political campaign. Later this became names of people in any social context and incl...
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Nomenclator

No'men·cla`tor noun [ Latin , from nomen name + calare to call. See Name , and Calendar .] 1. One who calls persons or things by their names. » In Rome, candidates for office were attended each by a nomenclator , who informed the candidate of the name...
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nomenclator

lexicon; word-list; one who assigns names
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nomenclator

nomenclator 1. A servant or dependent whose business it was to inform his master or patron of the names of persons, especially when engaged in canvassing for office. 2. A steward or usher who assigned or indicated the places of guests at a banquet. 3. One who announces, or imparts to another, the names of persons or guests. 4. One who gives a name...
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