Self-named



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 honor, abuse, etc.
4.
a reputation of a particular kind given by common opinion:
to protect one’s good name.
5.
a distinguished, famous, or great reputation; fame:
to make a name for oneself.
6.
a widely known or famous person; celebrity:
She’s a name in show business.
7.
an unpleasant or derogatory appellation or expression:
Don’t call your brother names! Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me.
8.
a personal or family name as exercising influence or bringing distinction:
With that name they can get a loan at any bank in town.
9.
a body of persons grouped under one name, as a family or clan.
10.
the verbal or other symbolic representation of a thing, event, property, relation, or concept.
11.
(initial capital letter) a symbol or vehicle of divinity:
to take the Name in vain; the power of the Name.
verb (used with object), named, naming.
12.
to give a name to:
to name a baby.
13.
to accuse:
He was named as the thief.
14.
to call by an epithet:
They named her speedy.
15.
to identify, specify, or mention by name:
Three persons were named in the report.
16.
to designate for some duty or office; nominate or appoint:
I have named you for the position.
17.
to specify; suggest:
Name a price.
18.
to give the name of:
Can you name the capital of Ohio?
19.
to speak of.
20.
British. (in the House of Commons) to cite (a member) for contempt.
adjective
21.
famous; widely known:
a name author.
22.
designed for or carrying a name.
23.
giving its name or title to a collection or anthology containing it:
the name piece.
Idioms
24.
by name,

personally; individually:
She was always careful to address every employee by name.
not personally; by repute:
I know him by name only.

25.
call names, to scold or speak abusively of or to a person:
Better not to call names unless one is larger and considerably stronger than one’s adversary.
26.
in the name of,

with appeal to:
In the name of mercy, stop that screaming!
by the authority of:
Open, in the name of the law!
on behalf of:
to purchase something in the name of another.
under the name or possession of:
money deposited in the name of a son.
under the designation or excuse of:
murder in the name of justice.

27.
name names, to specify people by name, especially those who have been accomplices in a misdeed:
The witness in the bribery investigation threatened to name names.
28.
to one’s name, in one’s possession:
I haven’t a penny to my name.
noun
1.
a word or term by which a person or thing is commonly and distinctively known related adjective nominal
2.
mere outward appearance or form as opposed to fact (esp in the phrase in name): he was a ruler in name only
3.
a word, title, or phrase descriptive of character, usually abusive or derogatory: to call a person names
4.
reputation, esp, if unspecified, good reputation: he’s made quite a name for himself
5.

a famous person or thing: a name in the advertising world
(mainly US & Canadian) (as modifier): a name product

6.
a member of Lloyd’s who provides part of the capital of a syndicate and shares in its profits or losses but does not arrange its business
7.
in the name of, under the name of, using as a name
8.
in the name of

for the sake of
by the sanction or authority of

9.
know by name, to have heard of without having met
10.
name of the game

anything that is essential, significant, or important
expected or normal conditions, circumstances, etc: in gambling, losing money’s the name of the game

11.
to one’s name, belonging to one: I haven’t a penny to my name
verb (transitive)
12.
to give a name to; call by a name: she named the child Edward
13.
to refer to by name; cite: he named three French poets
14.
to determine, fix, or specify: they have named a date for the meeting
15.
to appoint to or cite for a particular title, honour, or duty; nominate: he was named Journalist of the Year
16.
to ban (an MP) from the House of Commons by mentioning him formally by name as being guilty of disorderly conduct
17.
name and shame, to reveal the identity of a person or organization guilty of illegal or unacceptable behaviour in order to embarrass them into not repeating the offence
18.
name names, to cite people, esp in order to blame or accuse them
19.
name the day, to choose the day for one’s wedding
20.
you name it, whatever you need, mention, etc
name
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