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anonym

[an-uh-nim]
noun
1.
an assumed or false name.
2.
an anonymous person or publication.

Origin:
1805–15; < French anonyme < Greek anṓnymos anonymous

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anonym (ˈænənɪm)
 
n
1.  a less common word for pseudonym
2.  an anonymous person or publication

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anonym
1812, "nameless person," from Fr. anonyme, from L. anonymus, from Gk. anonymos "without a name" (see anonymous). Meaning "fictitious name" is recorded from 1866.
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