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Nominal may refer to:

Linguistics and grammar[edit]



Other uses[edit]

  • 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
  • Nominal type system, a type system where properties of a data type are determined by explicit declaration and/or the name of a type

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