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Synonyms for moniker

the word or words by which one is called and identified

Synonyms for moniker

a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name)

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Pretty short shrift for a monicker that has stood the test of six-plus decades.
Pacman is one of Pacquiao's known monickers, while the dollar sign referred to "Money," which is one of Mayweather's nicknames.
Equally exotic are their monickers, like Scarlet Swallowtail, Moon Moth Of India and Blue Peacock, while what the Postman Butterfly lacks in name is made up for by its glorious crimson and black appearance.
Both boys' and girls' lists are dominated by traditional monickers, suggesting people are not influenced by stars who go for eccentric names such as Apple (Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay's Chris Martin) and Valentino (daytime TV's Melanie Sykes).
The investigator comes up with memorable monickers to help officers focus on the criminal's methods or idiosyncracies.
So she rejected the more usual monickers like David, John and Mark and christened her child Maverick -after her favourite chocolate bar
Expect, then, lots of star-spangled banner waistcoats and plenty of references to players' monickers, such as `The Cannon', `The Kaiser' (I'm guessing he's German) and `The Pearl'.
For those who are unaware, the PacMan is one of Pacquiao's monickers while the dollar sign also means "money," which refers to Mayweather.
TEMPTATIONS founder Otis Williams is the sole survivor of the five young fellas who put their monickers on Berry Gordy's Motown contract in Detroit in 1960.