Compare this with the menu at Botin, christened by the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest restaurant in the world.
In the story, she was christened “The Hipster Grifter,” because she preyed upon skinny-jeaned Williamsburg sorts.
At that precise moment, LCI(L)-88 was hovering a mile or so off a beach Allied planners had christened Omaha.
They considered the rakers program highly successful, and christened it the “Demographics Unit.”
Only then was Shakespeare christened a genius, and the term was also used to describe living figures like Benjamin Franklin.
These men, christened "Copperheads," became more odious to loyal Northerners than were the avowed Secessionists.
The other fellows had noticed him now, and had christened him 'Marny's Shadow.'
The baby might be christened in Macbeth's caldron; and Harry and harlequin ought certainly to be godfathers.
There was one born in the sky, sir, the day I was christened with a Turkish crescent.
It was christened John, because all dunces and upstarts are named John.
To use for the first time: let's christen the new bed (1990+)