from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. I was sitting at my desk, pen in hand and in month at the same time; (a substitute for biting the nails which I recommend to all onygopkagists). Southey, Doctor, iii, A. i.
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I envisage a dynamic procedure of encouraging onymity in which we will learn to live and behave without such hesitations or phobias. per
But what I have in mind is not a sudden change from anonymity to onymity.
I saw in the Oxford dictionary that all three words onymous, onymity and onymously exist in English with exacly the meaning I had in mind when I used eponymous, eponymity and eponymously.
So, from now on I will use the words onymous, onymity and onymously despite the fact that the dictionary characterizes them as rare and hoping that they will become less rare is the peer review system.
The official spoke on condition of an-onymity because of the sensitive nature of the discussions.
1. In #20 I wrote “So, from now on I will use the words onymous, onymity and onymously despite the fact that the dictionary characterizes them as rare and hoping that they will become less rare in the peer review system” trusting that “in many cases the Greek-origin English words are closer to the ancient Greek meaning than modern Greek words.”