Nomenclature



  • Nomenclature refers to either a list of names and/or terms, or to the system of principles, procedures and terms related to naming - which is the assigning of a word or phrase to a particular object or property.The principles of naming vary from the relatively informal conventions of everyday speech to the internationally-agreed principles, rules and recommendations that govern the formation and use of the specialist terms used in scientific and other disciplines.



  • The act of choosing a name in the fancy schmancy science world. The definition is often used for biology. Sometimes imbeciles use it to sound smart.



  • Science: The ability to name all the elements and other molecules

    Other: The extream knowledge of weapons, how they work, what rounds they use, how to use them, etc



  • A sexually transmitted infection. It causes massive inflation and discolouration of male genitalia. 90% of cases lead to loss of genitals and death by strangulation by your lost genitals.



  • A womens physical assets - used especially when describing a large buttock area.



  • The opposite of the word [yemen].

    *Best when used in public or amongst educated friends when in an argument with a buddy.



  • List of parts or tools needed for a particular job.



  • extreme knowledge of wepons (especialy sniper wepons) and how they work



  • A severe state of homosexuality that is marked by misuse and mispronounciation of big words.



  • A extremely large clit. Often mistaken for a small penis.



  • The technical names used in any particular branch of
    science or art, or by any school or individual; as, the nomenclature of
    botany or of chemistry; the nomenclature of Lavoisier and his
    associates.


 

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