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Synonyms for name

Synonyms for name

the word or words by which one is called and identified

public estimation of someone

to refer to by name

to describe with a word or term

to select for an office or position

Synonyms for name

a person's reputation

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family based on male descent

a well-known or notable person

by the sanction or authority of

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a defamatory or abusive word or phrase

assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to

give the name or identifying characteristics of

charge with a function


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create and charge with a task or function

mention and identify by name

identify as in botany or biology, for example

give or make a list of

determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis

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but it is that by which the nameable comes to be" (Villaba 1996, p.
if someone fronts up and says I have been diagnosed by a psychiatrist then it is nameable and the person is naming it.
Identification of graphic images in a task like this is one of perceptual organization requiring the ability to structure visual information into meaningful, nameable units.
In contrast to the omnispatial objectivities of science, bound idealities (in Husserl's terms) are quite literally tied into the texture of nameable territory.
The religiousness of his books taps into a far more fundamental stratum of the spirit than any easily nameable faith or denomination.
Instead, God is the "ultimate event of communication," nameable cognitively and existentially as the Hegelian "dialectic of identity, difference, and mediation," open to description in more personal tens as "the One who loves in freedom," and finally expressible symbolically as "God, world, and Spirit.
As national allegories, the prominent theme casts (white) America as the "land of the fathers," Vietnam as the mother-land, and the offspring as the problematic progeny denied their birthright and inheritance by the ultimate nameable evil: paternal desertion.
ClickFlow presents real-time, dynamic information on connections and fibers, enables 1-click switch reconfigurations, supports nameable fibers, can save and reload connection-settings, secures connections by user-ID, provides drop-down menus, printable reports, and more -- all via a standard browser over a local Ethernet or global Internet connection.
David Musselwhite describes the root of the creature's monstrosity as a social heterogeneity similar to the heterogeneity of the body's passions, which are both the condition of the body and also a sign of its instability: "The Monster is all that a society refuses to name, refuses even to make nameable, not just because its very heterogeneity, mobility, and power is a threat to that society but, much more importantly, it is the very flux of energy that made society possible in the first place and as such offers the terrible promise that other societies are possible, other knowledges, other histories, other sexualities," Partings Welded Together: Politics and Desire in the Nineteenth-Century English Novel (London: Methuen, 1987), 59.
Here, in contrast to Fecteau's previous works, viewers will find less association with nameable, non-architectural forms and less compositional asymmetry.
Through the metamorphosing work of linguistic memory, Hallam evolves into the purer extremes of his nameable properties.
For it is, indeed, something entirely unnamed, even barely nameable which, at such moments, reveals itself to me, filling like a vessel any casual object of my daily surroundings with a flood of higher life .
Bearden's In the Garden depicts a figure who is no longer a real, nameable person.
Because he's arguing, this isn't music, it has symbols, things that are nameable.