Meaning of designatum in English:

designatum

Pronunciation /ˈdɛzɪɡneɪtəm/ /ˈdɛzɪɡnɑːtəm/

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noun

Philosophy
  • The object or class of objects designated by a particular sign or symbol.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in Clarence Irving Lewis (1883–1964). From classical Latin dēsignātum, neuter of past participle of dēsignāre to mark out, indicate.