Definition of Denomination:

  1. The face value of a banknote, coin, or postage stamp.

  2. A recognized autonomous branch of the Christian Church.

  3. A denomination is a classification for the stated or face value of financial instruments such as currency notes, coins, as well as bonds and other fixed-income investments.

  4. The denomination can also be the base currency in a transaction, or the quoted currency in a financial asset. This classification of the term helps to clarify the acceptable payment options in trades, for example indicating dollar-denominated bonds issued by a foreign government.

  5. Face value (par value) of a coin, paper currency, stamp, stamp paper, etc., as printed, embossed, engraved, perforated, or stamped on it.

  6. A name or designation, especially one serving to classify a set of things.

Synonyms of Denomination

Religious group, Sect, Church, Cult, Movement, Faith community, Body, Persuasion, Religious persuasion, Communion, Order, Fraternity, Brotherhood, Sisterhood, School, Value, Unit, Grade, Size, Measure, Amish, Anglicanism, Anglo-Catholicism, Arianism, Athanasianism, Boehmenism, Calvinism, Catholicism, Christian Science, Confucianism, Congregationalism, Conservative Judaism, Eleusinianism, Episcopalianism, Erastianism, Ethical Culture, Gnosticism, Hinduism, Judaism, Lamaism, Laudianism, Laudism, Lingayat Hinduism, Magianism, Mahayana Buddhism, Mandaeism, Methodism, Mithraism, Muhammadanism, New Thought, Orthodox Christianity, Orthodox Judaism, Oxford Movement, Parsiism, Parsism, Practical Christianity, Puritanism, Quakerism, Reform Judaism, Roman Catholicism, Rosicrucianism, Sabaeanism, Salvation Army, Shiite Muslimism, Shin Buddhism, Shingon Buddhism, Shinto, Shintoism, Sikhism, Socinianism, Sufism, Taoism, Tendai Buddhism, Theosophy, Ubiquitarianism, Uniatism, Unitarianism, Vaishnavite Hinduism, Vajrayana Buddhism, Vedanta, Wahabiism, Yoga, Yogism, Zen, Zen Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Adherents, Affiliation, Allocation, Antinomianism, Appellation, Appellative, Assignment, Attribution, Baptism, Binomen, Binomial name, Blood, Body, Branch, Brand, Breed, Byword, Calling, Cast, Character, Characterization, Christening, Church, Clan, Class, Classification, Classifying, Cognomen, Color, Communion, Community, Confession, Connection, Creed, Cryptonym, Cult, Definition, Denotation, Description, Designation, Determination, Differentiation, Disciples, Disclosure, Division, Empty title, Epithet, Eponym, Euonym, Expression, Faction, Faith, Feather, Fellowship, Fingering, Fixing, Followers, Form, Genre, Genus, Grade, Grain, Group, Gymnosophy, Handle, Hint, Homoiousianism, Honorific, Hyponym, Identification, Identifying, Ilk, Indication, Indicativeness, Ism, Kidney, Kin, Kind, Label, Latitudinarianism, Line, Lot, Make, Manifestation, Manner, Mark, Meaning, Mold, Moniker, Name, Namesake, Naming, Nature, Nicknaming, Nomen, Nomen nudum, Number, Offshoot, Order, Organization, Party, Persuasion, Phylum, Picking out, Pinning down, Pointing, Pointing out, Pointing to, Precision, Proper name, Proper noun, Quietism, Race, Religious order, Schism, School, Scientific name, Secret name, Sect, Sectarism, Segment, Selection, Shape, Show, Showing, Signification, Size, Society, Sort, Species, Specification, Stamp, Stipulation, Strain, Stripe, Style, Styling, Suggestion, Symptomaticness, Tag, Tagging, Tautonym, Term, Terming, The like of, The likes of, Title, Tribe, Trinomen, Trinomial name, Type, Unit, Value, Variety, Version, Name, Title, Term, Designation, Epithet, Label, Tag, Style, Sobriquet, Nickname, Byname

How to use Denomination in a sentence?

  1. Bond denominations are based on the bond's par value.
  2. The Presbyterian community is the second largest denomination in the country.
  3. A denomination classifies a face value and measurement units of a financial instrument such as money or bonds.
  4. Often, the denomination will refer to the face value of the instrument.
  5. Collectible currencies will at times, have a market value that is higher than the face value.
  6. One of the first denominations it had was Korinthos, but this name would change depending on different invaders and on who was in control of the town at different given periods.
  7. A hundred dollars or so, in small denominations.

Meaning of Denomination & Denomination Definition