[neym-kaw-ler] /ˈneɪmˌkɔ lər/
a person who constantly resorts to name-calling.
[neym-kaw-ling] /ˈneɪmˌkɔ lɪŋ/ noun 1. the use of abusive names to belittle or humiliate another person in a political campaign, an argument, etc. noun 1. verbal abuse, esp as a crude form of argument noun The assigning of malicious designations in politics, debate, etc; character assassination; vilification: They soon sank to simple name-calling (1853+)
- Name capture
reduction In beta reduction, when a term containing a free occurrence of a variable v is substituted into another term where v is bound the free v becomes spuriously bound or “captured”. E.g. (\ x . \ y . x y) y –> \ y . y y (WRONG) This problem arises because two distinct […]
/ˈneɪmˌtʃɛk/ verb (transitive) 1. to mention (someone) specifically by name noun 2. a specific mention of someone’s name, for example on a radio programme
[neym] /neɪm/ noun 1. a word or a combination of words by which a person, place, or thing, a body or class, or any object of thought is designated, called, or known. 2. mere designation, as distinguished from fact: He was a king in name only. 3. an appellation, title, or epithet, applied descriptively, in […]