Name

Word NAME
Character 4
Hyphenation name
Pronunciations /neɪm/

Definitions and meanings of "Name"

What do we mean by name?

A word or words by which an entity is designated and distinguished from others. noun

A word or group of words used to describe or evaluate, often disparagingly. noun

Representation or repute, as opposed to reality. noun

A reputation. noun

A distinguished reputation. noun

An illustrious or outstanding person: synonym: celebrity. noun

To give a name to. transitive verb

To mention, specify, or cite by name. transitive verb

To call by an epithet. transitive verb

To nominate for or appoint to a duty, office, or honor. synonym: appoint. transitive verb

To specify or fix. transitive verb

Well-known by a name. adjective

(in the name of) By the authority of. idiom

(in the name of) For the reason of; using as a reason. idiom

(to (one's) name) Belonging to one. idiom

A word by which a person or thing is denoted; the word or words by which an individual person or thing, or a class of persons or things, is designated, and distinguished from others; appellation; denomination; designation. noun

Figuratively, an individual as represented by his name; a person as existing in the memory or thoughts of others. noun

That which is commonly said of a person; reputation; character: as, a good name; a bad name; a name for benevolence. noun

Any nounal word or phrase which indicates a particular person, place, class, or thing.

Reputation.

An abusive or insulting epithet.

A person (or legal person).

Those of a certain name; a race; a family.

A unique identifier, generally a string of characters.

An investor in Lloyds of London bearing unlimited liability.

Authority.

Something you add to urban dictionary with the definition of generally an attractive person that currently is making the writer of the new definition quite happy. Generally speaking the person is currently significant other, fuck buddy, or fiance of the writer. Definitions also include details that are sexual in nature quite often, probably due to the definition writer recently receiving great sex with the person they are now defining. Often speaks to a certain sexual prowess. Urban Dictionary

A word by which other people call you to identify who you are. Urban Dictionary

The way for depressed dipshits to flatter themselves by naming themself a sex god and calling everyone else with a different names utter retard. Urban Dictionary

The word you're known by. Urban Dictionary

Names are used to identify someone or something. Do not talk to strangers. Never give your name to strangers. Urban Dictionary

1. A word or combination of words by which one is identified. 2. One's rep. 3. Authority derived that which is named. Urban Dictionary

You're a fucking retard if you legitimately don't know what name means. Urban Dictionary

Typically a label someone is given at birth Urban Dictionary

A name is something you are given after birth, its what you are called, specify. Some people have middle names because if they dont like their first name, they can use their middle name. People can also change their names when they get older if they would like. Urban Dictionary

İsim, bir canlı veya nesnenin ismi Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Name

The word "name" in example sentences

The cost works out to about $19k / yr, or $50 / day to trap _each_ name and respond with a simple name+ (a, b, c) reply. ❋ Unknown (2009)

I also like how they've quoted people on the poster but used their twitter @name instead of their real name. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Promoted to Headline (H3) on 5/17/09: Bush-Obama: 'A rose by any other name 'yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' Bush-Obama: \'A rose by any other name\ ''; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Who said, "A war criminal is a war ciminal is a war criminal?"' ❋ Unknown (2009)

The farm-horse will not do this; but he is quite obedient to call, and distinguishes his name readily from that of his companion, and will not stir when desired to stand until _his own name_ is pronounced. ❋ Various (N/A)

But our Redeemer overruled his fears, and charged him a second time to go to him, saying: _Go, for he is a vessel of election to carry my name before Gentiles and kings, and the children of Israel: and I will show him how much he has to suffer for my name_. ❋ Alban Butler (N/A)

And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads, and _that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name_. ' ❋ Sidney Watson (N/A)

In the sentence, _I name HIM_, note that _him_ is the object of the verb _name_. ❋ Thomas Wood (N/A)

” And of a German bearing the genuinely aristocratic name of von Landsschaffshausen who changed it to “a typically English name” because the latter seemed more distinguished to his neighbors. ❋ Henry Louis (1921)

Why did I scarcely ever hear you name the _name of Christ_? ❋ Frank Boreham (1915)

” “Name, name, Mr. J——, ” cried Hunt in a boisterous tone of friendly exultation, “name as many as you please, without reserve or fear of molestation! ❋ Unknown (1909)

Your name is on the map, -- _don't have any questionable work hitched up to your name_. ❋ Unknown (1906)

It is meant to be true to-day that there came a man, sent from God, whose name is -- _your name_. ❋ Unknown (1897)

'Bird' is only our _name_ for the physical fact of a certain grouping of organs, just as 'Charles's Wain' is our name for a certain grouping of stars. ❋ William James (1876)

Your name has been offered to the people for a seat in the legislature; to the legislature, for a seat in Congress; to Congress, for posts of Continental trust; but that _name_, its counterfeit gilding at length rubbed off, and the native colour of the contexture exposed, has depreciated, like the ❋ Horace Wemyss Smith (1858)

Converted pagans received always a new name, in those days, when baptized; and our common phrase, _the Christian name_, has arisen from the circumstance. ❋ Jacob Abbott (1841)

_Romiith_ — רמענוש, _Romanus_ — λατεινος, _Latinos_, each of them making in numerals exactly 666, plainly point out not only his name, and the number of his name, but also the _mark_ of his _name_; as for example: in ר ו מ י י ת _Romiith_; so likewise ❋ Sylvester Bliss (1838)

'And when a soldier was his theme, my name -- my _name_ ❋ Delia Bacon (1835)

This was the name he had borne among them; because when they asked his name, and he did not understand the question, several of our people called to him "_Dein name_," which was immediately adopted as his designation. ❋ Otto Von Kotzebue (1816)

And he causeth all men to receive a mark in their right hand or in their forehead, and that no man might buy or sell save he that had the mark, or the name of the Beast, or the number of his name_; all the rest being excommunicated by the Beast with two horns. ❋ Isaac Newton (1684)

Because of this, God greatly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name» (cf. Phil 2: 8-9). ❋ Author Unknown (2010)

These are examples of a defined nameAshley : "Amazing, caring, smart, goal [setter], high [achiever], cares of others before herself, always willing to help out a friend. Great kisser and comfortable with who she is. Not very many enemies, everyone loves her. [Alway] see's the best in people at the beginning. Don't however get on her bad side, when you are there, you stay for a while. Family is important and looks to God for strength. Loyal to the one's she loves. Overall wonderful person" John : "An extraordinary man with the most lovely [bedroom eyes], an absurdly seductive grin, and beautiful brown hair that always smells absolutely wonderful. He is always warm, and [ticklish] in a few places that make him twitch [cutely]. He has great legs, nice muscles, and [large feet] and hands. He is strong, handsome, sexy, and beautiful. He is intelligent, absolutely hilarious, loving, teasing, sweet, and thoughtful. He leads a very intense life and proves himself to be very [hardy] in doing so. He hides any hint of pain very well, and rarely opens up, but when he does he shows just how strong he really is. He is loved more than he'll ever realize. He is perfect in every way." -Real Urban Dictionary Definitions ❋ Ai Hikari (2012)

Her [NAME] is [Samantha]. ❋ Pearsandgrapes (2012)

Jon: The Urban dictionary done says that anyone named Jon is buiful John: (calling to anyone) Can someone get [a tard] [guard] to lead him back to his [tard class] ❋ Ohhh Hell Yea (2019)

[Sign] [Name] Here:______________________ ❋ SuperSonicX (2005)

When you're talking to [a stranger]: - Names are for friends, so I don't need one. When you're talking to a friend: - [Hello, my name is] [Earl]. ❋ Names Are For Friends So I Don't Need One (2007)

1. Hey you! 2. Psycho Bitch has a name around here. 3. Stop in the name of the Law! Stop in the name of the King! ...[baptizing] them in the name of the Father, and [of the Son], and of the [Holy Ghost]. ❋ Downstrike (2004)

[a name] is something you shouldn't [search up] on [urban dictionary] ❋ Ultrionaci (2019)

[connor] is [a name] you [call] someone ❋ Jakdlfjdlkajflkdfjldj (2009)

[Girl 1]: "I think its stupid when people get a [tattoo] of [their own name] on themselves, and when they tattoo a guys name." ❋ FlyAway (2011)

Her name is [Alexis]. ❋ Aknykc (2013)

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