go by the name of

go by the name of something

to be known by a specific name. She goes by the name of Gladys George. I used to go by the name of George.
See also: name, of
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Luckily I have the answers and they go by the name of Sunderland (nailed on at 10-11 to beat Everton), Wimbledon (3-1 at Norwich), Bristol City (2-5 v Wrexham), and Bradford (10-3 v Coventry).
We are the only people who go by the name of Mike Davies who live in Pengwern, Llangollen.
Once formed, the new REIT would go by the name of Macklowe Properties, Inc.
The new company, which will employ nearly 600 people at seven facilities throughout the United States and England, will go by the name of Pride/Softspikes.
The venture will go by the name of Rutnin Eye Hospital as the goodwill and name recognition of the clinic in Thailand are already widespread.