moniker

or mon·ick·er

[ mon-i-ker ]
/ ˈmɒn ɪ kər /

noun Slang.

a person's name, especially a nickname or alias.

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Origin of moniker

1850–55; probably <Shelta mŭnnik name (alleged to be a permutation and extension of Irish ainmname); final -er may represent -er1 or, as a spelling of ə, simply release of the k
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British Dictionary definitions for moniker

moniker

monicker

/ (ˈmɒnɪkə) /

noun

slang a person's name or nickname

Word Origin for moniker

C19: from Shelta munnik, altered from Irish ainm name
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