innominate

Nominate vs Innominate - What's the difference?

nominate | innominate |


As adjectives the difference between nominate and innominate

is that nominate is (zoology) nominotypical while innominate is having no name; anonymous.

As a verb nominate

is to name someone as a candidate for a particular role or position, including that of an office.

Faceless vs Innominate - What's the difference?

faceless | innominate |


As adjectives the difference between faceless and innominate

is that faceless is having no face while innominate is having no name; anonymous.

Innominate - What does it mean?

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Anonymous vs Innominate - What's the difference?

anonymous | innominate |


As adjectives the difference between anonymous and innominate

is that anonymous is (not comparable) lacking a name; not named and determined, as an animal not assigned to any species while innominate is having no name; anonymous.