The work of appealing charm
- distinguishing term or words through which somebody or something like that is named and classified or distinguished from other people
- a geographical indication accustomed recognize where in fact the grapes for a wine are grown
- The act of attractive; attraction.
- The act of phoning by a name.
- your message wherein somebody or thing is called and known; name; name; designation.
late 15c., "activity of attractive" (to a higher expert), from Old French apelacion (13c.), from Latin appellationem (nominative appellatio) "an addressing, accosting; an appeal; a name, title," noun of action from previous participle stem of appellare (identify attraction). Meaning "designation, title directed at an individual, thing, or class" is from mid-15c., from a sense in addition present in Middle French appeler.
(n.) The act of attractive; appeal.
- (n.) The act of calling by a name.
- (letter.) Your message wherein a person or thing is known as and understood; name; subject; designation.
This name in later times, owing to the racial amalgamation of the Chaldaeans and Babylonians, lost its former national force, and became, as it occurs in Daniel, a distinctive appellation of the Babylonian priestly class.