allocate, allot, analyze, apportion, arrange, assort, brand, break down, catalogue, categorize, class, classify as, codify, collocate, coordinate, correlate, dispose, distinguish, distribute, divide, file, form into classes, grade, group, identify, in genera describere, index, introduce a system, label, list, marshal, methodize, name, organize, partition, pigeonhole, place in a category, place in order, put in array, put in order, range, rank, rate, reduce to order, segregate, separate, seriate, set in order, size, sort, specify, subsume, systematize, tag, type
associated concepts: arbitrary classification, illegal classification, unreasonable classification
allocate, apportion, call (title), characterize, codify, denominate, diagnose, differentiate, digest (summarize), discriminate (distinguish), distinguish, distribute, file (arrange), fix (arrange), identify, include, index (relate), label, organize (arrange), rate, screen (select), sort, subdivide
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To put into groups on the basis of similarities and shared characteristics.n.classification
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.