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an·o·nym·i·ty

 (ăn′ə-nĭm′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. an·o·nym·i·ties
1. The quality or state of being unknown or unacknowledged.
2. One that is unknown or unacknowledged.

an•o•nym•i•ty

(ˌæn əˈnɪm ɪ ti)

n., pl. -ties.
1. the state or quality of being anonymous.
2. an anonymous person.
[1810–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.anonymity - the state of being anonymousanonymity - the state of being anonymous  
obscurity - an obscure and unimportant standing; not well known; "he worked in obscurity for many years"

anonymity

noun
1. namelessness, innominateness Both mother and daughter have requested anonymity.
2. unremarkability or unremarkableness, characterlessness, unsingularity the anonymity of the rented room

anonymity

noun
The quality or state of being obscure:
Translations
مَجْهولِيَّة
anonymita
anonymitet
névtelenség
nafnleysi; nafnleynd
anonimiškumasbeveidiškumas
anonymita
kimliği bilinmeme

anonymity

[ˌænəˈnɪmɪtɪ] Nanonimato m
to preserve one's anonymitypermanecer en el anonimato
the anonymity of rented roomslo anónimo de las habitaciones de alquiler

anonymity

[ˌænɒˈnɪmɪti] n (remaining unnamed)anonymat m

anonymity

nAnonymität f

anonymity

[ˌænəˈnɪmɪtɪ] nanonimato

anonymous

(əˈnonəməs) adjective
without the name of the author, giver etc being known or given. The donor wished to remain anonymous; an anonymous poem.
aˈnonymously adverb
anonymity (ӕnəˈniməti) noun
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Burmeister uses not only Plautus' (incomplete) text, but also later supplements, one by an anonymous author and the other by Codrus Urceus.
The anonymous author takes you through the murky backwaters of modern-day football, making some uncomfortable claims in this open, cutting and, at times, crude book.
In the first letter, littered with bad language and spelling mistakes, the anonymous author wrote: "Hey ya lyer, if ye are trying to get my mate the jail aye when you know for a fact that he didn't f*** f ing rape you or that aye ya lyin f*** f it well he is demanding for the court to do a lie detector test now so that he can prove that you did lie to the police and court and that he didn't rape you or that ya lyin dafty.
In what can be considered the most important one of them, Giancarlo De Vivo claimed that a pamphlet called Considerations on the Importation of Foreign Corn published in 1814 by an anonymous author contains the first known fonnulation of the principle.
He's hiding behind Parliamentary privilege in the same way this anonymous author was hiding behind anonymity.
The anonymous author notes: "We live in a world where people are becoming increasingly cynical and bitter and, thus, strangling the very spirit out of living.
The claims and leading questions made by the anonymous author who has contacted the Echo are untrue.
But underneath the surface lay subtle criticism of the colonial power, often delivered by an anonymous author.
After building a case that I am a dangerous person who may well be an "agent of a foreign power," the anonymous author of this memo concludes that a fuller investigation is called for.