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nickname

(1) An alternate name used to identify yourself in a chat room.

(2) A shortcut for identifying a recipient in an email address book.
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The Mauritanian national team is nicknamed "Almoravid", referring to Almoravid dynasty which was an imperial Berber Muslim dynasty emerged in the 5 th and 6 th AH in the Islamic Maghreb region.
Meanwhile, Quinto who had recently filed a police report after online bashers allegedly sent her death threats, was nicknamed 'Galit sa bashers.' (Angry at bashers.)
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LAST week Brian Taylor, of North Shields, told how he had completed his national service basic training with a regiment nicknamed the Dirty Half Hundred.
Which British Prime Minister was nicknamed The Grocer in Private Eye?
He was nicknamed the Wolfman for his excessive body hair.
A piglet born in Croatia with six legs and two penises has beenz nicknamed Octopig.
HAIR WE GO: Liverpool soccer hero Steven Gerrard has been nicknamed Tufty by his team-mates because of his new brushed-up fringe Left: Tufty, the road safety character
Borough President Marty Markowitz has nicknamed the structure Brooklyn's Eiffel tower.
The 26-year-old (left), nicknamed Scotty when he was just 10, said: "It was destiny I ended up playing cricket in Scotland but the name's nothing to do with my roots.
Erika has been nicknamed "Dog Girl" by the class bully and she hates it.