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moniker

A personal or informal title, nickname, or term of address by which one is known. He's known as Stink Mouth around here, and how he came to have that moniker is a pretty hilarious story. There's a woman in the southeast part of the city who goes by the moniker The Collector—she's the person you need to help find what you're looking for.

moniker

and monniker (ˈmɑnəkɚ)
n. a nickname. With a moniker like that, you must get in a lot of fights.

monniker

verb
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Donato San Juan, PMA superintendent, said before Iriberri earned the monicker Superman of the AFP because of his physical fitness regimen, he was nicknamed the Flash by his 11 siblings.
Speaking to Khaleej Times on Tuesday, Gaurav Mundwariya, a robotic applications engineer at DG World, said the robotic basketball player, which has no monicker yet, is a 6-axis robot - meaning it can move or rotate in six directions.
Posh has registered little Harper's monicker with international property authorities - to add her to the family business alongside her already trademarked brothers Brooklyn,18, Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12.
But that wasn't the only reason for his "Goldfinger" monicker.
"While my own monicker fetches only 9p on eBay, even then I fear it is vastly overpriced." Actor Michael Simkins on the value of his autograph.
It seems almost another age when the Chemics - the Vikings monicker would have been scoffed out of town back then - were world champions in 1990.
Mercedes-Benz currently sells 30 models under the AMG monicker globally, right from the A 45 AMG to the flagship S 63 AMG.
Varteg in Torfaen faced the prospect of a new monicker over a language gaffe made hundreds of years ago.
A new party related to a minority of Muslim ethnic Bulgarians will be founded under the 'Pomak' monicker.
Homs is Syria's third largest city and was one of the cradles of the armed uprising against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad, earning it the monicker of "capital of the revolution" from opposition activists.
The elite soldiers gave the 28-year-old royal the monicker as they joked with him at Camp Bastion in the war-torn country.
It all culminated during the rappers' performance when an extra kooky kook, perhaps inspired by the first band's monicker, took it upon himself to harsh the mellow by incessantly spewing beer-soaked blather at the MCs, questioning their cred both skating and otherwise.
THE Range Rover Evoque is a gem - beautifully built, sensationally handsome and thoroughly worthy of the revered RR monicker.
Mainly Shia Hilla lies just beyond the edge of a confessionally mixed area south of the capital that earned the monicker Triangle of Death during the sectarian bloodshed that peaked in Iraq in 2006 and 2007.
CA executives, however, believe that the new monicker is a better reflection of what the company does.