Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a name: opposed to anonymous: said of persons or things, as letters, books, etc.
- adj. Having a name.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. bearing a name. Opposite of
- adj. bearing a name
- Backformation from anonymous. (Wiktionary)
“onymous" seems to believe that gay marriage and climate change are issues of this magnitude, for which "just taking orders" would not be a defence for voting against his preferences (and mine!).”
“I encourage Republicans to follow his lead. onymous Says:”
“If you want to buddy up on NaNoWriMo, I'm registered in my usual onymous way: joshenglish.”
“When I started LJ, I went the onymous route because I wanted to be open about myself, as I saw this as my eventual professional blog.”
“Having one ID on the internet is important to us onymous folks.”
“By using an onymous journal, people have to deal with all of me, but it also means I have to be very careful about my web presence.”
“Welcome to the realm of the onymous Salty Seattle.”
“If you want to create an English adjective here to serve as a de-negated “an-onymous”.”
“As “onymous” says, those checks are rather crude, at present.”
“Swimming deep into crap, he tries to uncover the identities of anonymous slush readers, agents and booksellers by hacking into their systems, bribing onymous agents and Galleycat reporters, and getting into bed with their industry rivals.”
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Source and definitions: http://phrontistery.info/name.html
denoting or relating to names
Hopefully, I'll be using this site for more than one year. It will be fun then to look back and see what new words I found worthy of notice in any given year.
All words spotted in 2008...
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