namelessness

nameless

[neym-lis]
adjective
1.
having no name.
2.
left unnamed: a certain person who shall be nameless.
3.
anonymous: a nameless source of information.
4.
incapable of being specified or described: a nameless charm.
5.
too shocking or vile to be specified: a nameless crime.
6.
having no legitimate paternal name, as a child born out of wedlock.
7.
unknown to fame; obscure: a nameless poet; nameless defenders of the country.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see name, -less

namelessly, adverb
namelessness, noun
quasi-nameless, adjective
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nameless (ˈneɪmlɪs)
 
adj
1.  without a name; anonymous
2.  incapable of being named; indescribable: a nameless horror seized him
3.  too unpleasant or disturbing to be mentioned: nameless atrocities
4.  having no legal name; illegitimate: a nameless child
 
'namelessly
 
adv
 
'namelessness
 
n

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