- an assumed or false name.
- an anonymous person or publication.
Origin of anonym
Related Words for anonymalias, appellation, moniker, pseudonym, handle, nickname, anonym, nomenclature, label, tag, AKA, allonym, ananym, incognito
Examples from the Web for anonym
Historical Examples of anonym
The anonym had, like Scott, shirked, and had maintained his anonymity.Essays in English Literature, 1780-1860
Referring to my remarks on the use of the word "anonym," I may point out that this is not the correct title of Barbier's work.
An′onym, a person whose name is not given: a pseudonym; Anonym′ity, the quality or state of being anonymous.
You cannot express a negation such as this by a distinctive term like "anonym."
Ein Beitrag zur Zeitgeschichte und zum neueren deutschen Staatsrechte, anonym.
- a less common word for pseudonym
- an anonymous person or publication
Word Origin and History for anonym
1812, "nameless person," from French anonyme, from Latin anonymus, from Greek anonymos "without a name" (see anonymous). Meaning "fictitious name" is recorded from 1866.