uninym

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uni- ‎(one) +‎ -nym ‎(word, name)

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uninym ‎(plural uninyms)

  1. A single name by which a person or thing is known.
    • 1985, Jeff Millar, "Ups in engrossing Dragon' overshadow the downs", Houston Chronicle, 19 August 1985:
      Casting the role with the "uninym-ed" Ariane, a model taking her first shot at acting, is not what you'd call damage control.

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