code name

(redirected from code names)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.

code name

n.
A name assigned to conceal the identity or existence of something or someone.
Translations
peitenimisalanimi

code name

nnome m in codice
References in periodicals archive ?
However, Samsung's code names often allude to some aspect of its upcoming smartphones, which could indicate the manufacturer has big plans for the upcoming phablet model.
Known as the Culper Spy Ring, the organization is so secret that only George knows their code names.
Julia is confessing all she knows to the Gestapo and interwoven in this is the story of Maddie's and her friendship all told in flashbacks and at times what with use of code names and nicknames it can get quite confusing.
A common, accepted means of providing a level of secrecy involves assigning code names to them.
And in keeping with the tradition of having all family members' code names start with the same letter, future first lady Michelle Obama is Renaissance, and daughters Sasha and Malia are known as Rosebud and Radiance, respectively.
In today's edition of our look at campaign blogs at newspaper sites (see links at bottom): Candidate Secret Service Code Names revealed, Palin delayed at Dulles due to excessive baggage, Comics influences Politics, Everyone BUT McCain on Esquire's 75 most influential list, Palin on Creationism, and Republican dirty tricks on campaign kids, and the NRA goes after Obama.
Code names have become studio staple, designed to throw people off should they pass by a shooting location.
The move follows a deregulation step by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, which makes it possible for domestic carriers to operate passenger and cargo flight services under unified code names with their group firms beginning April 1.
The NSA spent more than 30 years decrypting these cables, tracking down the leads, and matching code names with real people.
Remember Microsoft's code name "Whistler" for Windows XP?