formal+appellation

  • 1 appellation — ► NOUN formal ▪ a name or title. ORIGIN Latin, from appellare to address …

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  • 2 appellation — [[t]æ̱pəle͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] appellations N COUNT An appellation is a name or title that a person, place, or thing is given. [FORMAL] His critics called him the King of Pork . Burdick never minded the appellation. Syn: epithet …

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  • 3 appellation — UK [ˌæpəˈleɪʃ(ə)n] / US noun [countable] Word forms appellation : singular appellation plural appellations formal a name or title …

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  • 4 appellation — ap|pel|la|tion [ ,æpə leıʃn ] noun count FORMAL a name or title …

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  • 5 appellation — [ˌapə leɪʃ(ə)n] noun formal a name or title. Origin ME: via OFr. from L. appellatio(n ), from appellare (see appeal) …

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  • 6 appellation — n. formal a name or title; nomenclature. Etymology: ME f. OF f. L appellatio onis (as APPEAL, ATION) …

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  • 7 Hirohito — / Emperor Shōwa 裕仁 / 昭和天皇 Emperor of Japan Reign 25 December 1926 – 7 January 1989 ( 1000000000000006200000062 years, 10000000000 …

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  • 8 Classification of Saint-Émilion wine — Cheval Blanc, a Premiers grands crus classés A wine. In 1955 the wines of Saint Émilion in the wine growing region of Bordeaux were classified. Unlike the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 covering wines from the Medoc and Graves… …

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  • 9 word — 1. noun 1) the Italian word for ham Syn: term, name, expression, designation, locution, vocable; formal appellation 2) his words were meant kindly Syn: remark, comment, observation, statement, utteran …

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  • 10 term — 1. noun 1) scientific and technical terms Syn: word, expression, phrase, turn of phrase, idiom, locution; name, title, designation, label, moniker; formal appellation, denomination, descriptor 2) (terms) …

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  • 11 title — 1. noun 1) the title of the work Syn: name, heading, legend, label, caption, inscription 2) the company publishes 400 titles a year Syn: publication, work, book, newspaper, paper …

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  • 12 Eleven Kingdoms (fictional) — The Eleven Kingdoms are a collection of nations that serve as the primary setting of the Deryni novels of Katherine Kurtz. Although the exact number of sovereign kingdoms varies through the literary history of the novels, the term remains in use… …

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  • 13 compellation — n. Style of address, ceremonious title, formal appellation …

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  • 14 epithet — noun Marion is better known by his epithet, the Swamp Fox Syn: sobriquet, nickname, byname, title, name, label, tag; description, designation; informal moniker, handle; formal appellation, denomination …

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  • 15 nickname — noun Bambi is the nickname my sister gave me when I was a baby Syn: sobriquet, byname, tag, label, epithet, cognomen; pet name, diminutive, endearment; informal moniker; formal appellation …

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  • 16 List of French words and phrases used by English speakers — Here are some examples of French words and phrases used by English speakers. English contains many words of French origin, such as art, collage, competition, force, machine, police, publicity, role, routine, table, and many other Anglicized… …

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  • 17 name — n Name, designation, denomination, appellation, title, style mean the word or combination of words by which something is called and by means of which it can be distinguished or identified. Name is so general that it can be used of any such word… …

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  • 18 Bordeaux (Wein) — Karte Daten Weinbaugebiet: Bordeaux Land: Frankreich Weinbau seit: ca. 2. Jahrhundert (römische …

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  • 19 Bordeauxwein — Karte Daten Weinbaugebiet: Bordeaux Land: Frankreich Weinbau seit: ca. 2. Jahrhundert (römische …

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  • 20 City status in the United Kingdom — Cathedral city redirects here. For other uses, see Cathedral city (disambiguation). Historically, city status in England and Wales was associated with the presence of a cathedral, such as York Minster. City status in the United Kingdom is granted …

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