Nomenclátor. n.s. [Lat. nomenclateur, Fr.] One who calls things or persons by their proper names.
There were a set of men in old Rome called nomenclators; that is, men who could call every man by his name. Addison's Guardian, №. 107.
Are envy, pride, avarice, and ambition, such ill nomenclators that they cannot furnish appellations for their owners? Swift.