1) Mathematics. The expression written below the line in a common fraction that indicates the number of parts into which one whole is divided.

2) A common trait or characteristic.

3)An average level or standard: The success of the film demonstrates the denominator of public taste.

n : the divisor of a fraction
by Wounded December 29, 2005
The Denominator is the number that is below the fraction line and below the Numerator!
by DictionaryWitch March 23, 2017
A form of domination in which you, by yourself or with a team, dominate someone(s) or something else so badly in any sporting event, video game, office contest, schoolwork, or relative bragging rights situation that you establish yourself or your team on a much greater level than your opponent(s). Not only have you dominated the opposition, you have relegated them and made it very clear that you, by yourself or with your comrades, are vastly greater than them at the said event. Essentially, you are way out of their league, and you have rightly put them in their place, possibly and preferably by humiliating them as well.

To establish a vast difference in class between two opposing sides, through overwhelming skill that glorifies the winners and humiliates the losers.

Variations of "denomination" include "denominate", "denominated", and "denominating". It is also encouraged to celebrate any act of "denomination" by taunting your opposition with denomination's appropriate abbreviated term, "deez-nuts".
In the locker room before a baseball game.

"Are you guys ready for some denomination?"

At school.--
"Wanna go grab some lunch?"
"Maybe in a little bit. I've got to denominate this Calculus Exam first".

Hanging with your buddies
"Dude, I just denominated you in some COD".

Playing any video game online
"Dude, wanna go over to Mark's house for a bit"
"Not now chief, I'm in the fucking zone. I'm denominating some noobs right now".

After scoring the winning touchdown in the game, taunting the opposition.
by Stark24 December 31, 2010
To dominate from the bottom during sex. Combines denominator and dominate.
Mary wanted to ride Bob, but Bob was planning to denominate her anyway.
by TreyIII January 27, 2014
A value in mathematics - fractions - that is symbolic of mathematicians making unnecessarily complicated what should be very simple.
"Why do they call it 'the denominator', why don't they just call it 'the bottom number'? I mean, it sounds like an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie! 'I AM THE DENOMINATOR.'"
by Tsaalyo September 27, 2009
(n.) A factor that appears the same in different situations. Derived from mathematics where the numerator is divded by the lowest common denominator in fraction questions where it must be discovered which fraction is bigger by making the denominator the same.
Your face is the common denominator in three robberies at your place of work, which implies you have a connection to these robberies, although we could be wrong.
by Kung-fu Jesus July 2, 2004