Nominal

In linguistics, a nominal is a part of speech in some languages that shares features with nouns and adjectives.

Other articles related to "nominal, nominals":

List Of ASEAN Countries By GDP (nominal) - See Also
... List of Asian countries by GDP (nominal) List of countries in Asia-Pacific by GDP (nominal) List of countries by GDP (nominal) List of countries by GDP (PPP) List of ... comparison with countries OECD Top country subdivisions by GDP (nominal) Lists of countries by financial rankings List of international rankings List of top ...
Nominal - Examples - Japanese
... keiyō-dōshi (literally "adjectival verbs") can be analyzed as nominals – see adjectival noun (Japanese) ...
Real Versus Nominal Value
... The distinction between real value and nominal value occurs in many fields ... From a philosophical viewpoint, nominal value represents an accepted condition which is a goal or an approximation as opposed to the real value, which is always present ... Often a "nominal" value is "de facto" rather than an exact, typical, or average measurement ...
Mass (mass Spectrometry) - Nominal Mass
... The nominal mass of an ion or molecule is calculated using the integer mass (ignoring the mass defect) of the most abundant isotope of each element ... The nominal mass of H2O is 18, for example ...
List Of ASEAN Countries By GDP (nominal)
... Rank Country Population GDP Nominal GDP Nominal per capita GDP (PPP) GDP (PPP) per capita — World 7,013.42 71,707,302 10,200 83,140,055 11,850 — European Union 502.56 16,584,007 32,518 16,092,525 32,021 ... Rank Country Population GDP Nominal GDP (Nominal) per capita GDP (PPP) GDP (PPP) per capita — World 7,450.00 97,598,942 13,100 119,344,057 16,000 — United States 331.39 21,101,368 63,676 21,101,368 ...

Famous quotes containing the word nominal:

    Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser—in fees, expenses, and waste of time. As a peacemaker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)