Name

  • 1 Name — (n[=a]m), n. [AS. nama; akin to D. naam, OS. & OHG. namo, G. name, Icel. nafn, for namn, Dan. navn, Sw. namn, Goth. nam[=o], L. nomen (perh. influenced by noscere, gnoscere, to learn to know), Gr. o mona, Scr. n[=a]man. [root]267. Cf. {Anonymous} …

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  • 2 .name — Introduced 2001 TLD type Generic top level domain Status Active Registry Verisign Sponsor None Intended use Personal sites of individuals …

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  • 3 Name — (n[=a]m), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Named} (n[=a]md); p. pr. & vb. n. {Naming}.] [AS. namian. See {Name}, n.] 1. To give a distinctive name or appellation to; to entitle; to denominate; to style; to call. [1913 Webster] She named the child Ichabod. 1… …

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  • 4 Name — For other uses, see Name (disambiguation). Ceremonies, such as baptism, can be used to give names. A name is a word or term used for identification. Names can identify a class or category of things, or a single thing, either uniquely, or within a …

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  • 5 name — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English nama; akin to Old High German namo name, Latin nomen, Greek onoma, onyma Date: before 12th century 1. a. a word or phrase that constitutes the distinctive designation of a person or thing b. a… …

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  • 6 name — See: CALL NAMES, HANDLE TO ONE S NAME, IN NAME, TAKE ONE S NAME IN VAIN, TO ONE S NAME …

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  • 8 Name plate — Name Name (n[=a]m), n. [AS. nama; akin to D. naam, OS. & OHG. namo, G. name, Icel. nafn, for namn, Dan. navn, Sw. namn, Goth. nam[=o], L. nomen (perh. influenced by noscere, gnoscere, to learn to know), Gr. o mona, Scr. n[=a]man. [root]267. Cf.… …

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  • 9 Name That Tune — Format Game show Created by Harry Salter Presented by Red Bens …

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  • 10 Name This Game — Octopus Developer(s) U.S. Games Publisher(s) Carrere Video Distribution Platform(s) Atari 2600 …

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  • 11 name-dropping — ame dropping n. The practice of casually mentioning important people in order to impress one s listener. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 12 Name change — For name changes within the Wikipedia community, see Wikipedia:Changing username. For name changes of places rather than persons, see Geographical renaming. Name change certificate issued by Christian X of Denmark in 1917 Name change generally… …

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  • 13 Name day — A Swedish calendar page from 1712 with name days listed A name day is a tradition in many countries in Europe and Latin America that consists of celebrating the day of the year associated with one s given name. The custom originated with the… …

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  • 14 Name server — In computing, a name server (also spelled nameserver) is a program or computer server that implements a name service protocol. It maps a human recognizable identifier to a system internal, often numeric, identification or addressing component.… …

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  • 15 Name mangling — This article is about name mangling in computer languages. For name mangling in file systems, see filename mangling. In compiler construction, name mangling (also called name decoration) is a technique used to solve various problems caused by the …

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  • 16 Name of Canada — A peace monument on Belle Isle between the Dominion of Canada and the United States of America (1941) The name of Canada has been in use since the earliest European settlement in Canada, with the name originating from a First Nations word kanata… …

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  • 17 Name resolution — Contents 1 In computer languages 1.1 Static versus dynamic 1.2 Name masking 1.3 Alpha renaming to make name resolution trivial …

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  • 18 Name of Romania — The name of Romania (România) comes from the Romanian Român, which is a derivative of the Latin adjective Romanus (Roman).[1] Romanians are a people living in Central and South Eastern Europe speaking a Romance language. Contents 1 Etymology of… …

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  • 19 Name days in the Czech Republic — In the Czech Republic, each day of the year except national holidays corresponds to a personal name. People celebrate their name day ( svátek or more formally jmeniny ) on the date corresponding to their own given name. In the past, parents were… …

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  • 20 Name days in Sweden — This is the old Swedish name day calendar, sanctioned by the Swedish Academy in 1901, with official status until 1972. Some days still refer to traditional or religious feasts rather than personal names. Some of the names below are linked to the… …

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