Entry from British & World English dictionary
1An anonymous person or publication.
- As Oguibe notes, these artists challenge ‘the colonial desire for the faceless native, the anonym,’ which still lives in some international art circles.
- No biggie here… I've got less and less tolerance for anonyms invading mutual conversation these days… better conversations occur when people own their words.
Early 19th century: from French anonyme, from Greek anōnumos (see anonymous).
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