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Today's word is nomenclature, spelled N-O-M-E-N-C-L-A-T-U-R-E.

Nomenclature is a noun that means name or designation. It can also mean the act or process or an instance of naming, or a system or set of terms or symbols especially in a particular science, discipline, or art. Nomenclature also means an international system of standardized New Latin names used in biology for kinds and groups of kinds of animals and plants. Here is the word used in a sentence by Sara Boyett from The Silver City Daily Press & Independent.

"Most Americans are aware of differences in nomenclature between British and American English, e.g. flat versus apartment, lift versus elevator, petrol versus gasoline."

In his 1926 Dictionary of Modern English Usage, grammarian H. W. Fowler asserted that it was wrong to use the word nomenclature as a synonym for name; he declared that nomenclature could only mean "a system of naming or of names." It is true that the word nomenclature comes from the Latin word nomenclatura, meaning "the assigning of names," but the name sense was the first to appear in English, it is documented as long ago as 1610, and it has been considered perfectly standard for centuries.

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[Homework]2016-05-18 How to Use a Word 节目音频已修复

Today's word is nomenclature, spelled N-O-M-E-N-C-L-A-T-U-R-E.

Nomenclature is a noun that means name or designation. It can also mean the act or process or an instance of naming, or a system or set of terms or symbols especially in a particular science, discipline, or art. Nomenclature also means an international system of standardized New Latin names used in biology for kinds and groups of kinds of animals and plants. Here is the word used in a sentence by Sara Boyett from The Silver City Daily Press & Independent.

Most Americans are aware of differences in nomenclature between British and American English, e.g. flat versus apartment, lift versus elevator, petrol versus gasoline.

In his 1926 Dictionary of Modern English Usage, grammarian H. W. Fowler asserted that it was wrong to use the word nomenclature as a synonym for name; he declared that nomenclature could only mean a system of naming or of names. It is true that the word nomenclature comes from the Latin word nomenclatura, meaning the assigning of names, but the name sense was the first to appear in English, it is documented as long ago as 1610, and it has been considered perfectly standard for centuries.

With your Word of the Day, my name is Peter Sokolowski.

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