Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In zoology, the technical name of a species or other group, consisting of one or more terms applied conformably with some recognized system of nomenclature.
“Then Race, jumping to the hom - onym, meaning subspecies, and the synonym Color, and on to Hue-was this leading to Spirit?”
“I mention - Onyms in the title to this post because there are a number of kinds of words, usually ending in "onym" that can make keyword research more interesting, and more rewarding.”
“So here I sit, accused of killing your pseud- onym.”
“It is only fitting then that we add our own version to this list: how about poke-yourself-in-the-eye-onym?”
“The suffix - onym in English means "name" or "word," and you'll find it at the end of a number of words that describe other words.”
“Anna Sam", as you might guess, is a pseud - onym, the handle of a French blogger who decided to put her years behind the till to good use on a website describing the day-to - day experience of supermarket workers in all its tedious glory.”
“Besides, better to stay with the - onym ending and call such words neonyms, using the combining form "neo -”
“English already has several well known - onym words”
“Pop quizzes-Anne McAndrew; Govern mint-Chris Robinson; Ant onym-Arthur L. Bolen;”
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