NAMED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for NAMED?

Need another word that means the same as “named”? Find 30 related words for “named” in this overview.

Associations of “Named” (30 Words)

aliasMisidentify (a signal frequency), introducing distortion or error.
Eric Blair alias George Orwell.
alphabeticallyIn alphabetical order.
Books are now arranged alphabetically by author.
anonymityLack of outstanding, individual, or unusual features; impersonality.
The anonymity of big city life definitely has its advantages.
anonymous(of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.
An anonymous phone call.
anonymouslyIn a way that prevents a person from being identified by name.
Newman published two novels both anonymously.
She has been appointed to the board.
autograph(of a painting or sculpture) done by the artist, not by a copier.
The whole team autographed a shirt for him.
candidateA person taking an examination.
The Green Party candidate.
cognomenA familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person’s given name.
commissioned(of an officer in the army, navy, or air force) holding a rank conferred by a commission.
She was painting commissioned portraits in her late teens.
delegateA member of a committee.
Edward was delegated to meet new arrivals.
designateDecree or designate beforehand.
He was designated as prime minister.
dubThe new sounds added by dubbing.
The media dubbed anorexia the slimming disease.
electedSubject to popular election.
electionThe predestination of some individuals as objects of divine mercy (especially as conceived by Calvinists.
She agreed to stand for election.
electorIn the US a member of the electoral college.
Close to 60 per cent of the 60 000 registered electors voted.
epithetAn epithet used as a term of abuse.
Old men are often unfairly awarded the epithet dirty.
givenNaturally disposed toward.
They gathered at a given time.
hustingsThe campaigning associated with an election.
He could hold his own in an election hustings.
incognitoIn a way that conceals one’s true identity.
In order to observe you have to be incognito.
mayor(in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland) the head of a town, borough, or county council, elected by council members and generally having purely ceremonial duties.
monikerA name.
His real moniker is Dave Kennedy.
nominatePut forward nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position.
A day was nominated for the exchange of contracts.
patronymicOf or derived from a personal or family name.
A patronymic derived from the name of their original lordship.
pseudonymA fictitious name, especially one used by an author.
I wrote under the pseudonym of Evelyn Hervey.
reputeThe opinion generally held of someone or something; the state of being regarded in a particular way.
Chefs of international repute.
sobriquetA familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person’s given name.
She was a vast and haughty person who answered to the sobriquet Duchesse.
surnameGive a surname to.
He changed his surname from Kaye to Kasmin.
titleGive a title to.
The novel had chapter titles.

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