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.
Trap Draw Track Bookmakers Marathon semi-finals (Friday): Heat 1: Kincraig Pat, 2 Drominboy Diva, 3 Nom De Plume, 4 Kilfane King, 5 Cosy Flyer (m), 6 Magical Kitty (m).
If United can dismantle Celtic reserves, Boro's nom de plume after Strachan put them through the Hoops during player recruitment, then the world will indeed look a better place.
In 1947, it appeared as The Indifferent Children (under the nom de plume, Andrew Lee).
99) MYSTERY MAN, the antisocial crime bookstore owner turned private eye, returns in the latest offering from Northern Irishman Colin Bateman, again writing under his abbreviated nom de plume.
Baby Shark, Kristin Van Dijk, got her nom de plume by learning from her father to be a top flight pool player.
Dad's an obese, frayed and unshaven factory storeman by day, but by night he transforms into an obese, frayed and unshaven masked wrestler with the nom de plume 'The Percolator'.
There's a Dan, a Chip, a Jeremy, a Keri, a Lucas, a Slay, a Jon, a Lindsay, a Jim, a Tom, a Mike, a Heath and a Damon, who goes by the name Hunchback_Slut, which is a blow because I'd fancied the very same as my nom de plume.
Because of his fear of reprisals he had to resort to a nom de plume and assumed whistleblower status.
Her nom de plume included the name of a stillborn son.
TINSELTOWN (Los Angeles) - Hollywood's nom de plume, although tinsel was invented in Germany in 1610.
For many years he was the sophisticated journalist and writer, the man about town, whose nom de plume was 'Saki', yet the forty-six-year-old man was killed in the Great War in which he served as a mere Lance Corporal.