nickname

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İngilizce - Türkçe
lakap

Ne korkunç bir lakap! - What a terrible nickname!

Hobbit lakaplı Homo floresiensis, yaklaşık 1.1 metre boydadır. - Homo floresiensis, nicknamed the Hobbit, stood at around 1.1 metres.

takma ad

O takma adı nasıl aldın? - How did you get that nickname?

Tom takma adlara düşkün değil. - Tom isn't fond of nicknames.

{i} rumuz

Çoğu kişi ona rumuzuyla seslenir. - Most people call him by his nickname.

ad takmak
lakap takmak
takma ad,v.adlandır: n.lakap
(Askeri) (NATO) TAKMA AD, KISA AD (NATO): Yetkili bir makam tarafından; bir olaya, projeye, manevraya, tatbikata, denemeye veya diğer faaliyete, haber emniyeti dışında bir maksatla resmi veya gayri resmi olarak verilen iki ayrı kısa kelime, kod kelimesi
{f} isim takmak
lakap tak
spouse nickname
(Bilgisayar) eşinin takma adı
nicknamed
{f} adlandır
illinois; a nickname
ıllinois; bir takma
nicknamed
adlandırılan
north dakota; a nickname
North Dakota; bir rumuz
nicknamed
lakaplı
to nickname
lakap takmak
to nickname
isim takmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A familiar, invented given name for a person or thing used instead of the actual name of the person or thing
To give a nickname to (a person or thing)
A kind of byname that describes a person by a characteristic of that person
{v} to give a byname
{n} a byname
To give a nickname to; to call by a nickname
Email: an easy-to-remember shortcut for an email address Sometimes also called an alias IRC: the name that others will see when you speak Often abbreviated "nick " Because IRC is used by so many individuals, originality when choosing a nick is important
a descriptive name for a place or thing; "the nickname for the U S Constitution is `Old Ironsides'"
{i} name of affection; shortened name; alias; name invented for oneself and used on IRC (Internet)
Constitution is `Old Ironsides'
quick way to send e-mail without having to remember an address; By typing the nickname in the To: field as you compose a message (you can assign a nickname to an e-mail address in your address book) the e-mail program automatically associates the e-mail address with that nickname
a name a user chooses to associate with himself or herself in a text based or graphical virtual world Users often choose fanciful names that hide their real identity This name is also called an alias or handle and can be found on avatar badges
An easily remembered substitute for a standard e-mail address or group of addresses (see distribution list) It is usually a plain-English word or phrase that calls up a longer address (for example, "John" for [email protected] com)
{f} give a name; give an affectionate name; give a shortened name
A short, easy to remember name you can create within an e-mail program like Eudora; it can contain any combination of letters and numbers Nicknames can be used in place of an individual's full e-mail address in the To: , CC: , or Bcc: lines of a message
If you nickname someone or something, you give them an informal name. When he got older I nicknamed him Little Alf Which newspaper was once nicknamed The Thunderer?. a name given to someone, especially by their friends or family, that is not their real name and is often connected with what they look like or something they have done nickname for (an ekename, mistaken for a nekename, from eke (11-19 centuries) (from eac) + name)
The Device Nickname field consists of the following elements: Character Set and Name The device nickname may be a truncated version of the name returned as the value of the "Device" object’s DeviceName attribute
A name given to an e-mail address
An optional ID for a user, resource, or group A nickname can be used to shorten a lengthy address, to control object visibility, or to identify a user in a role instead of as an individual
An optional ID for a user, resource, or group A nickname can be used to shorten a lengthy address (domain po objectID), to control object visibility, or to identify a user in a role instead of as an individual
A term used in Eudora (Also known as an alias, in VMS Mail ) An easily remembered, shorter substitute for an mail address Outlook for Windows uses Contacts for this function Outlook for Mac uses the Personal Address Book
a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name); "Joe's mother would not use his nickname and always called him Joseph"; "Henry's nickname was Slim"
give a nickname to
A nickname is a simple or friendly alternative to a longer or less memorable full name recognized by a mail system A mail system that supports nicknames can recognize them in lieu of full names For example, a mail system might accept the nickname "jonny" in place of "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" or "[email protected] ourdepartment com "
A nickname is an informal name for someone or something. Red got his nickname for his red hair
This is the name a user chooses for log in and the name that dud?stud guests and users will refer to you as
(see Account Nickname)
A name given in contempt, derision, or sportive familiarity; a familiar or an opprobrious appellation
Generally, your own name with the suffix "ster" attached in a forced awkward attempt at familiarity E g "Bobster," "Hankster" or "Georgester "
The name, or 'handle' by which a chatter in a chat room is known
A complete or shortened name used to identify a recipient of e-mail
Name used as a substitute for a person’s given name
A name through which users wish to be known by while using online services such as IRC or ICQ, etc back to top
a descriptive name for a place or thing; "the nickname for the U
A nickname is a name (usually not real name) used when chatting, playing games, or accessing information on the Internet
A nickname
hypocoristic
A nickname
byname
derogatory nickname
insulting name given to someone
nicknamed
past of nickname
nicknamed
{s} named by an informal name; named in ridicule; given an affectionate name; given a shortened name
nicknames
plural of nickname
nicknaming
present participle of nickname
nickname