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Nominal may refer to:
Linguistics and grammar
- Nominal (linguistics), one of the parts of speech
- Nominal, the adjectival form of "noun", as in "nominal agreement" (= "noun agreement")
- Nominal sentence, a sentence without a finite verb
- Noun phrase or nominal phrase
- Nominal group, a grammatical unit in functional grammar
- Nominal, in statistics and engineering describes a measurement (or group of measurements) that matches the predicted value(s) within the expected margin of error
- Nominal data, a form of categorical data in statistics
- Nominal number, a number used as an identifier in mathematics
- Nominal, in aerospace usage, describes a process that completes successfully according to plan or design: e.g. "a nominal flight check", "nominal stage separation", or "nominal orbit insertion".
- Post-nominal letters, letters indicating a title, placed after the name of a person
- Pre-nominal letters, letters indicating a title, placed before the name of a person
- Nominal aphasia or anomic aphasia, a problem remembering words and names
- Nominal category, a group of objects or ideas that can be collectively grouped on the basis of one or more shared, arbitrary characteristics
- Nominal damages, a small award to compensate for technical harm
- Nominal GDP, a raw gross domestic product value uncompensated for inflation or deflation
- Nominal techniques, computer science techniques for working with formal languages with name binding constructs
- Real versus nominal value, an accepted condition which is a goal or an approximation as opposed to the real value
- Real versus nominal value (economics), the face value of currency not corrected for inflation or compound interest
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