(Latin: from, away from, off; down; wholly, entirely, utterly, complete; reverse the action of, undo; the negation or reversal of the notion expressed in the primary or root word)

denationalize (verb), denationalizes; denationalized; denationalizing
To transfer an industry or institution from a public to a private ownership: Instead of having the firm owned by the government, it was denationalized and changed to an independent and nonpublic-enterprise.
denaturalization (s) (noun), denaturalizations (pl)
1. The act or process of changing or destroying the quality or nature of something: Some areas of the region showed the effects of denaturalization by being turned into high-rises, shopping malls, and large parking lots.
2. The removal or deprivation of the rights and duties of a citizen: At some points of time, immigrants in the U.S. suffered under the measures of denaturalization.
denaturalize (verb), denaturalizes; denaturalized; denaturalizing
1. To revoke or deny someone of the rights and duties of citizenship: In the novel Susan was reading, the government was overcome and the head of the ruling party was put into prison, while the rest of the party members were denaturalised and banned from the country.
2. To make something unnatural or abnormal: The adopted child is naturalized and denaturalized regarding its kinship.
denature (verb), denatures; denatured; denaturing
1. To make something unsuitable for eating or drinking by adding a toxic or bad-tasting substance: The alcohol was denatured by using it to remove some dried spills of latex paint.
2. To change the nature of something, or to take away natural qualities: The photos taken of Sam certainly denatured his real appearance, because his hair is black and not grey!
denominate (verb), denominates; denominated; denominating
1. To define something in terms of a specific unit of currency.
2. To give anyone, or anything, a particular name or description.
denomination (s) (noun), denominations (pl)
1. The action of naming from or after something; giving a name to, calling by a name.
2. A mentioning or specifying by name.
3. A characteristic or qualifying name given to a thing or class of things; that which anything is called; an appellation, designation, title.
4. A collection of individuals classed together under the same name; now almost always specifically, a religious sect or body having a common faith and organization, and designated by a distinctive name.
5. A unit of value, especially monetary value.
Belonging to, or of the nature of, a denomination or church group.
Adherence to or advocacy of certain denominational principles or a denominational system; such as, of education.
An adherent or advocate of denominational church principles or of a denominational system.
1. Having the quality or function of naming; characterized by giving a name to something.
2. Formed or derived from a noun.
In arithmetic and algebra, the number written below the line in a common fraction, which gives the denomination or value of the parts into which the integer is divided; the corresponding expression in an algebraical fraction, denoting the divisor.
denotation (s) (noun), denotations (pl)
denote (verb), denotes; denoted; denoting
Etymology: from Middle French denoter, from Latin denotare, "to mark out"; from de-, "completely" + notare, "to mark".
denounce (verb), denounces; denounced; denouncing
1. To condemn, to accuse, or to speak out against someone or something: Marcus stood on the street corner denouncing the city's injustices against poor people.

Kent's plan for increasing the company's profits was denounced by his supervisor as being risky and dangerous.

2. To report someone to the police or other authorities for illegal or immoral acts: Kim's cousin decided to go to another country after he was denounced by bank authorities as a swindler or con artist of bank accounts.