Common misspellings for name:
naseu, hame, wamer, enamie, enomey, anem, enama, enime, numbe, sonme, same, namly, enimie, jame, normle, nameof, mname, rname, sunamie, hunam, rame, nufarm, lmae, naemd, narmal, ntime, namoi, nmaes, naure, nmae, nmove, namen, onmay, naeme, nama, name, nmade, knewme, enamey, nime, naseaum, nade, thename, namu, mame, mamer, nwce, nitem, animie, nam, namer, numer, nameing, namelly, wamo, nomore, naze, forname, nacey, sunami, naber, namber, nase, nummer, name'd, inme, nemes, narmer, ncie, anymoe, neace, nameis, nare, nazi, naimg, nmake, inmay, nammee, naem, minime, nadu, normel, naybe, nace, nausem, vame, aniem, nthem, namee, nemed, naiomi, nmad, neames, nume, namia, naci, namm, nale, nthe, cenama, nmany, nname, namme, ame, enimey, nbame, naems, naimly, nmore, naymore, nazie, nami, ganme, cinome, nanimo, bname, nubmer, nomiee, numero, numver, numercy, nwame, nate, namem, nimor, nanme, nonimee, naamah, numr, enaemy, wncome, nmay, nimal, nane, numery, namc, numerb, anemea, naimal, inome, nammed, sanme, nmame, game, payme, conme, namne, inwwmw, narea, hername, came, honme, aname, onmey, cmae, pneumo, nmaed, naime, enamy, enyme, nayber, namse, naphew, enmey, nomel, namre, cinama, numed, naaame, ceame, neman, novem, neamed, ehme, nme, knmow, nymber, nemore, nake, ncome, pneum, cineme, 00pnm, kaname, nammer, naucea, nomed, nwme, nameed, naseum, anme, birnam, nnamed, canme, namcy, namvar, neame, pnumo, suname, nameas, numger, naame, notmy, animeia, nhome, namley, neme, nae, animy, namr, nameo, nasuem, namees, narroe, nome, enemey, namea, nams, ename, smae, knome, aame, wonam, nauea, numher, namae, namy, sirname, nsome, eniem, dame, myname, nomine, naseam, animo, reanme, bame, namd, namje, nema, panam, nsoe, onama, namw, famu, animea, anmeia, janome, bamm, kame, dyname, nemey, ggame, nforme, nampa, ma'me, mayme, nmaybe, nmean, nmeet, nahh, nhame, nomer, nsme, niomi, neimen, naomi, nomme, numn, nrem, nshe, sername, wyndahm, wyndam, nzme, nqme, nam4, nam3, jname, njame, nzame, nazme, nsame, nasme, nawme, nqame, naqme, nakme, namke, najme, namwe, namew, namde, named, nam4e, name4, nam3e, name3, ncme, na-e, naee, naoe, namg, n ame, na me, nam e.
Definition of name:
- he designation of an individual person, or of a firm or corporation. In law a man cannot have more than one Christian name. Rex v. Newman, 1 Ld. Raytn. 062. As to the history of Christian names and surnames and their use and relative importance in law, see In re Snook, 2 Hilt. ( N. Y.) 566.
- To give a special term or title to; nominate; specify; mention by a title.
- To give a name to: to designate: to speak of by name: to nominate.
- To give a name to; designate by name. Without a name; obscure.
- To give a name to; call by name; nominate.
- make reference to; " His name was mentioned in connection with the invention"
- identify as in botany or biology, for example
- give the name or identifying characteristics of; refer to by name or some other identifying characteristic property; " Many senators were named in connection with the scandal"; " The almanac identifies the auspicious months"
- give or make a list of; name individually; give the names of; " List the states west of the Mississippi"
- charge with a function; charge to be; " She was named Head of the Committee"; " She was made president of the club"
- assign a specified, proper name to; " They named their son David"; " The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
- To give an appellation to; to speak of by name; to mention; to designate.
- To designate or point out by some title; to mention; to specify; to call.
- a defamatory or abusive word or phrase; " sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me"
- family based on male descent; " he had no sons and there was no one to carry on his name"
- by the sanction or authority of; " halt in the name of the law"
- a language unit by which a person or thing is known; " his name really is George Washington"; " those are two names for the same thing"
- The title by which any person or thing is known or designated; a distinctive specific appellation, whether of an individual or a class.
- A descriptive or qualifying appellation given to a person or thing, on account of a character or acts.
- Reputed character; reputation, good or bad; estimation; fame; especially, illustrious character or fame; honorable estimation; distinction.
- Those of a certain name; a race; a family.
- A person, an individual.
- To mention by name; to utter or publish the name of; to refer to by distinctive title; to mention.
- To designate by name or specifically for any purpose; to nominate; to specify; to appoint; as, to name a day for the wedding.
- To designate ( a member) by name, as the Speaker does by way of reprimand.
- The term or title by which a person or thing is called or known; designation; character; reputation; fame; ownership; as, to hold property in one's own name.
- That by which a person or thing is known or called: a designation: reputed character: reputation: fame: celebrity: remembrance: a race or family: appearance: authority: behalf: assumed character of another: ( gram.) a noun.
- That by which a person or thing is called; title; reputation; behalf.
- The word by which a person or thing is called or known; title; reputation.
- That by which a person or a thing is called and distinguished; the discriminative appellation of an individual; reputation; renown; appearance or profession; behalf; family; a noun.
- That by which a person or thing is called or designated; reputation; character; that which is commonly said of a person; a person; renown; fame; memory; a race or family.
- mention and identify by name; " name your accomplices!"