A word or set of words by which a person or thing is known, addressed, or referred to
her name's Gemma
Using the name of someone or something
(Of a product) having no brand name
(In imperial China) a name given to a child on starting school (now rare).
The name of a day in any of various calendar systems.
A usually distinctive nickname used by a member of a criminal or street gang.
A name such as one would use at home; a pet name, a nickname.
A name given to a Chinese child at one month old, later superseded by more formal names but occasionally used, especially as an endearment.
(The act or stage performance of) a well-known entertainer, pop group, etc.
A well-known jazz band, pop group, etc.
To call (someone) names; to abuse verbally.
A card bearing a person's name, such as a visiting card or a card showing where a person is to sit at table.
The title role in a play, ballet, film, etc.
The poem after which a volume of collected poems is named.
= name tag.
The name of a road, or a representation of this on a sign, typically placed at the end of a road.
A name or alias used for work purposes; specifically an alias used by a person engaged in secret intelligence work.
A person who is famous in a particular sphere
A popular name for something, such as an animal, plant, or landscape feature
A word used for secrecy or convenience instead of the usual name
An additional name; a nickname
A good reputation
A person’s whole name, including their first name and surname, and often any middle names
(Especially in the Catholic Church) the name of Jesus as an object of formal devotion
The feast day of a saint after whom a person is named
A tag or badge bearing the name of the wearer or attached to an object and bearing the name of its owner
A piece of cloth tape bearing a person’s name, attached to a garment to identify it as belonging to that person
An assumed name used by a writer instead of their real name
A name that is used instead of someone’s usual first name to express fondness or familiarity
(In Aboriginal culture) a name identifying a person’s position in a society that uses skins as the basis of social organisation
(Among West African peoples, or their descendants, especially Gullah communities) a pet name given to a child in addition to its ‘official’ forename.
The name of a logical class, a general name; (Grammar) = class noun.
A word denoting a colour, or a phrase denoting a particular shade of colour.
The name of any one of the calendar months.
Music (on a piano or other keyboard instrument) a board (which frequently bears the maker's name) fitted perpendicular to, and across the back of, the keyboard.
A line of products with a well-known brand name; also in extended use.
Chiefly Scottish. A man after whom a person is named; a godfather. Also in extended use. Now rare.
The action or an act of assigning a name or names.
The particular story, article, etc., in a book after which the book is named.
A toponym embodying an allusion to a natural occurrence or topographical feature.
A name, especially a personal name, consisting of or derived from a phrase.
Among certain African peoples, a name or title used in ceremonial contexts; a name applied to the subject of a praise poem.
(In Japan and, formerly, China) the symbolic name adopted by a sovereign, by which his or her reign is known and dated.
A name given by the maker to a product or range of products, especially a trademark
The part of a network address which identifies it as belonging to a particular domain