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Meanings and phrases
- a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name); moniker; cognomen; sobriquet; soubriquet; byname
- a descriptive name for a place or thing
- give a nickname to; dub
- He earned the nickname 'The Wizard of Burhill'.
- For this, he earned the nickname "the red millionaire".
- Anthony eventually earned the nickname "Little New York".
- While there he was given the nickname of "Mr. Pat".
- She was given the nickname of "Sisi" at a young age.
- He was given the nickname "The Franchise".
- The title was taken from the nickname given to King Vidor's 1946 film "Duel in the Sun".
- He was also called Antyllus, a nickname given to him by his father meaning "the Archer".
- A humorous nickname given to the Soviet cluster bombs was "Molotov bread baskets" in Finland.
- He acquired the nickname Narada from Sri Chinmoy.
- Less then acquired the nickname of "Little Memphis".
- They acquired the nickname the "Bonshommes".
- He gained the nickname "papa de riz" or the "rice daddy".
- He gained the nickname "al-Arjud" because of the scantiness of his beard.
- According to Corcoran, he gained the nickname "King" as a high school senior.
- He was an impetuous soldier, earning the nickname Lightning in a battle against the Karamanids.
- Seals played college football at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi, earning the nickname 'Dr.
- Pei, Robert Venturi, Cesar Pelli, and Richard Meier, led to Columbus earning the nickname "Athens on the Prairie."
- From this book he received the nickname "Fine Hansen."
- At Marquette University, Hayward received the nickname "Money Man".
- He received the nickname "Jumbo" because he was and weighed 223 pounds.
- The name refers to trail runner Kilian Jornet, whose nickname is the Pirate of Mont Blanc.
- Burroughs, whose nickname was "Peanut John" (or "Johnny Peanut"), agreed to hold the horse.
- The Graf von Luxemburg is now René Graf, a struggling novelist whose nickname is "The Count".
- Stoops picked up his nickname “Steamboat Willie” during a gig in Biloxi, Mississippi.
- He became known as a true student of the sport, earning him the nickname “Old Master”.
- Richard Thornton's activities in the Baltic earned him the nickname “The Duke of Danzig”.