- n. a name that has been assumed temporarily
“The slender mitella, or fringe-cup, or false sanicle – one does not like a false name for a flower – hangs its tiny white cups at intervals on a tall, slender, two-leaved stalk; a pretty, unpretending little thing, which scatters its black seeds very early in the season.”
“Liber de antichristo et eiusdem miristris" (ed. under a false name by Martene-Durand, "Vet.”
“They brought me into the operating room, all the while calling me “Ms. Birkin,” the false name I used when I’m trying to avoid “Tori Spelling” attention.”
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1. ALL types of word formation
2. the words put together by 1.
using a strict definition: e.g. "antonym", "aptronym" "palindrom...
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