name

name
I
n.
appellation

1) to adopt, assume; bear; use a name

2) to give smb. a name

3) to call smb. a (bad) name

4) to immortalize smb.'s name

5) to invoke God's name

6) an assumed; Christian (esp. BE), first, given; code; dirty; family name, surname; fancy; geographic; legal; maiden; married; middle; personal; pet; professional; proper; stage name (she uses her middle name)

7) a brand, proprietary, trade name

8) a common, vernacular ('not technical') name

9) a name for (there is no name for such conduct)

10) by name (to know smb. by name only)

11) in name (she is the chairperson in name only)

12) in smb.'s name (the book was charged out in your name)

13) under a name (under an assumed name)

reputation

14) to make a name (for oneself)

15) to clear one's name

16) to besmirch, smear smb.'s (good) name

17) to give smb. a bad name

18) a bad; good name

misc.

19) to drop names ('to boast of one's connections'); in the name of the law

II
v.

1) (d; tr.) to name after, for (AE) (Hannah was named after her great-grandmother)

2) (d; tr.) to name as (she was named as the winner)

3) (H) they named me to head the commission

4) (N; used with a noun) she was named winner of the contest

* * *
[neɪm]
assume: bear: use a name
dirty: family name
geographic: legal: maiden: married
good name
personal
proprietary
surname: fancy
trade name
vernacular ('not technical') name
for (Hannah was named after her great-grandmother; AE)
Christian (esp. BE)
professional: proper: stage name (she uses her middle name)
(H) they named me to head the commission
(N; used with a noun) she was named winner of the contest
(d;tr.) to name after
['appellation'] to adopt
['misc. '] to drop names ('to boast of one's connections') : in the name of the law
a bad
a brand
a common
an assumed
to besmirch. smear smb. 's (good) name
to call smb. a (bad) name
to clear one's name
to give smb. a bad name
to give smb. a name
to immortalize smb. 's name
to invoke God's name
['reputation'] to make a name (for oneself)
in name (she is the chairperson in name only)
(d; tr.) to name as (she was named as the winner)
in smb. 's name (the book was charged out in your name)
a name for (there is no name for such conduct)
by name (to know smb. by name only)
under a name (under an assumed name)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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