(Verbs). To neologise, archaise, pun.

    (Phrase). To coin or mint words.

    (Adjectives). Neological, archaistic, unprounceable, paronomastic.

  • Nomenclature (Substantives), nuncupation.
  • A name, appellation, designation, appellative, denomination, term, expression, noun, byword, byname, epithet, style, title, prenomen, forename, Christian name, baptismal name, cognomen, agnomen, patronymic, surname.

    Synonym, namesake; euphemism, onomatopœia.

    Quotation, citation, chapter and verse.

    (Verbs). To name, call, term, denominate, designate, style, clepe, entitle, dub, christen, baptise, characterise, specify, define.

    To be called, etc., to take the name of, pass under the name of; to quote, cite.

    (Phrases). To call a spade a spade; to rejoice in the name of.

    (Adjectives). Named, called, etc., hight, yclept, known as; nuncupatory, nuncupative, cognominal, titular, nominal.

    Literal, verbal, discriminative.

  • Misnomer (Substantives), missaying, malaprop, malapropism, antiphrasis, nickname, sobriquet, byname, assumed name or title, alias, nom de guerre, nom de plume, pen-name, pseudonym, euphemism.
  • (Phrase). Lucus a non lucendo.

    A neologist, a Mrs. Malaprop.

    (Verbs). To misname, missay, miscall, misterm, nickname.

    To assume a name; to coin words.

    (Adjectives). Misnamed, etc., malapropian, pseudonymous, soidisant, self - called, self - styled, new- fangled expressions.

    Nameless, anonymous, without a name, having no name, innominate, unnamed.

  • Phrase (Substantives), expression, phraseology, paraphrase, periphrasis, circumlocution, set phrase, round terms; mode, or turn of expression; idiom, wording, façon de parler, mannerism, plain terms, plain English.
  • Sentence, paragraph, motto.

    Figure, trope, metaphor 521, antiphrasis, proverb.

    (Verbs). To express, phrase, couch, clothe in words; to word.

    (Adjectives). Expressed, etc., couched in, phraseological, paraphrastic, periphrastic, circumlocutory 573, proverbial.

    (Phrases). As the saying is; in good set terms; sans phrase.

  • Grammar (Substantives), accidence, syntax, praxis, punctuation, conjugation, declension, inflexion, philology, parts of speech.

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