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a1 A is the first letter of the English alphabet. We also write it as a. The English alphabet has 26 letters, but every letter has a large size and a small size. We call each letter by the same name, but we often write the large letter and the small letter a little differently. [1/6 definitions]
Adam according to the Old Testament, the name of the first man, created by God from dust, and the progenitor of the human race.
address the place where one resides, designated by the number and name of street or road and the name of city, state, or province. [1/9 definitions]
after with the same name as. [1/12 definitions]
aleph the name of the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
alias a false or assumed name. [1/2 definitions]
Allah in the religion of Islam, the name of the supreme deity.
alpha the name of the first letter of the Greek alphabet. [1/3 definitions]
Ammon the Greek and Roman name for Amen or Amen-Re, the ancient Egyptian god of life, often identified with Zeus and Jupiter.
Amos the book of the Old Testament that bears his name. [1/2 definitions]
anonym a false or assumed name; alias. [1/2 definitions]
antonomasia the substitution of a title or epithet in place of a name, as in calling a princess "her highness". [2 definitions]
apatosaur another name for brontosaurus; apatosaurus.
appellation a name, title, or other designation. [1/2 definitions]
appellative a descriptive name or title, as "Terrible" in "Ivan the Terrible". [1/4 definitions]
appoint to name to a particular office or function; designate. [1/2 definitions]
autograph to sign one's name in or on, esp. as a souvenir. [1/4 definitions]
Ave. abbreviation of "Avenue," a street, esp. a wide one (written as part of a proper name).
ayin the name of the sixteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
baptize to give a first or Christian name to by means of a baptismal ceremony. [1/4 definitions]
Ben Nevis the name of the ship that landed in Galveston, Texas in 1854 with a congregation of approximately 500 Slavic immigrants who sought freedom from cultural oppression and religious persecution. [1/2 definitions]