Did you perhaps mean antonym?
- n. A proper name that aptly describes the occupation or character of the person, especially by coincidence.
- apt + -onym, on the model of other words suffixed with -onym (Wiktionary)
“The word aptonym refers to people whose names aptly suit them because it suggests key attributes of their jobs, professions or lives.”
“Furthermore, Ms. Battershell — and boy oh boy, is that an aptonym or what? — seems to be considerably overstating her argument, at least for the U.S.”
“Can you beat the aptonym “Paige Worthy” for a magazine fact-checker?”
“An aptonym is a name that also describes what you do.”
“He did not, though he owned a plumbing company, so in a way, his name is still an aptonym.”
“Honorable mention in the below-the-belt aptonym category goes to the reader who wrote this: I once edited a medical journal article about penile lengthening, written by Dr. Bob Stubbs.”
“Convince us that your aptonym is good, and legitimate.”
““David Beaver” is not an aptonym as far as I can tell.”
“Anti-aptonym: Had a professor of plate tectonics in college by the name of Speed.”
“So, because she is real and because her name is the perfect aptonym, Paige Worthy definitely gets whatever Freakonomics prize she wants.”
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