onomastic

[on-uh-mas-tik]
adjective
  1. of or relating to proper names.
  2. of or relating to onomastics.
  3. Law. (of a signature) written in the handwriting other than that of the document, instrument, etc., to which it is appended.

Origin of onomastic

1600–10; < Greek onomastikós, derivative of onomázein to name; see -tic
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British Dictionary definitions for onomastic

onomastic

adjective
  1. of or relating to proper names
  2. law denoting a signature in a different handwriting from that of the document to which it is attached

Word Origin for onomastic

C17: from Greek onomastikos, from onomazein to name, from onoma name
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Word Origin and History for onomastic
adj.

1716, from French onomastique (17c.), from Greek onomastikos "of or belonging to naming," from onomastos "named," verbal adjective of onomazein "to name," from onoma "name" (see name).

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