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Denominational De*nom`i*na"tion*al, a.
Pertaining to a denomination, especially to a sect or
society. ``Denominational differences.' --Buckle.
Denominationalism De*nom`i*na"tion*al*ism, n.
A denominational or class spirit or policy; devotion to the
interests of a sect or denomination.
Denominationalist De*nom`i*na"tion*al*ist, n.
One imbued with a denominational spirit. --The Century.
Denominationally De*nom`i*na"tion*al*ly, adv.
In a denominational manner; by denomination or sect.
Interdenominational In`ter*de*nom`i*na"tion*al, a.
Occurring between or among, or common to, different
denominations; as, interdenominational fellowship or belief.
Meaning of Denomination from wikipedia
to: Religious denomination
, such as a: Christian denomination Jewish denomination Islamic denomination Hindu denominations
- A Christian denomination
is a distinct religious
body within Christianity
all church congregations
of the same kind, identifiable
- A religious denomination
is a subgroup within
that operates under
name, tradition, and identity. The term refers
to the various
is a proper description
of a currency
or banknotes. Denominations
may also be used with other means
- Hindu denominations
are traditions within Hinduism centered
on one or more gods or goddesses, such as Vishnu, Shiva, Shakti
and Brahma. Sometimes
- The denomination effect
is a form of cognitive
to currency, suggesting people
may be less likely
to spend larger currency denominations
- Large denominations
of United States currency greater
than $100 were circulated
by the United States Treasury until
then, U.S. dollar
- The Apostolic Church
is a Christian denomination
and Pentecostal movement
from the Welsh Revival
of 1904–1905. Although
- A time deposit
or term deposit
(in the United States
as a certificate
of deposit) is a deposit
in a financial institution
with a specific
- in the 1600s, the century after
the rise of the original Protestant denominations
. This view of Baptist origins
has the most historical support