a.1.Having many names or titles; polyonymous.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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While not as polyonomous as Aragorn himself, the renamed Anduril was also referred to as The Sword That Was Broken or The Sword Reforged, acknowledging its past incarnation in a way that was never done for Gurthang.
In resuming the broken line of kings, Aragorn's polyonomous nature serves to reflect and integrate the many cultures of Middle-earth.
So during his stay in Nargothrond we find Turin at his most polyonomous, overly blessed with four names in addition to his hidden birth-name: one given by himself, one by his enemies, one by the people he lives with, and one (uncomfortably close to his true name) by the woman who loves him.