nom de plume


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nom de plume

 (nŏm′ də plo͞om′)
n. pl. noms de plume (nŏm′)

[French : nom, name + de, of + plume, pen.]

nom de plume

(ˈnɒm də ˈpluːm)
n, pl noms de plume (ˈnɒm də ˈpluːm)
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) another term for pen name

pen′ name`


n.
a writer's pseudonym; nom de plume.
[1840–50]

nom de plume

- Literally "name of the pen," meaning "pseudonym."
See also related terms for pen.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nom de plume - an author's pseudonym
anonym, nom de guerre, pseudonym - a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role

nom de plume

noun pseudonym, alias, pen name, assumed name Dodgson wrote under the nom de plume of Lewis Carroll.
Translations

nom de plume

[ˈnɒmdəˈpluːm] N (noms de plume (pl)) → seudónimo m, nombre m artístico

nom de plume

[ˌnɒmdəˈpluːm] (formal) n (= pen name, pseudonym) → pseudonyme m

nom de plume

nPseudonym nt

nom de plume

[ˈnɒmdəˈpluːm] n (Literature) → pseudonimo
References in classic literature ?
None at all, if you please, she doesn't wish her name to appear and has no nom de plume," said Jo, blushing in spite of herself.
She said though she was regarded the first female Seraiki writer, she came to know that one female writer under a male nom de plume of Ghulam Hasan Haidernai was writing on the issues of women in Seraiki magazines.
All entries must be in Welsh; accompanied by a nom de plume and other details and sent to: J Richard Williams, Gwernyfed, 23 Dol Werdd, Llangefni, Ynys Mon.
It's based on the 1934 novel of the same name by the author, who wrote 66 detective novels under her real name, and a further six romance novels under the nom de plume Mary Westmacott.
An artist in her own right, Charlotte Sloane has secretly slipped into the persona of her late husband, using his nom de plume A.
Charlotte even continued to use her nom de plume well after the death of her sisters and the critical success of her novels.
Indeed, enigmatic poems rather than images constituted his earliest forays as a graffiti artist (in a duo with the nom de plume SAMO[c]).
She is involved in the move from page to screen of her crime novels, written under the nom de plume Robert Galbraith and featuring the detective Cormoran Strike.
When asked for hints as to other names under which she writes, Patricia said, "My nom de plume allows me the opportunity to write with complete abandonment without worrying about anyone judging me or my writing.
Annabel, who works under the nom de plume Annabel Lecter, began dabbling in the dark chocolate arts four years ago.
97sec, while the fourth heat saw Diarmuid Graham's Nom De Plume win by two and a half lengths from her litter-brother Max Or Harry in 58.
NORA Roberts brings us a romance wrapped up in a thriller that would equally be at home under her nom de plume JD Robb.