A secondary name for a person or thing; a person's surname.
A familiar name for a person (typically a shortened version of a person’s given name).
‘“The Bard” is a sobriquet of English playwright William Shakespeare.’;
An assumed name; a fanciful epithet or appellation; a nickname.
A pseudonym; nom-de-plume.
a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name);
‘Joe's mother would not use his nickname and always called him Joseph’; ‘Henry's nickname was Slim’;
(Germanic paganism) A ritual title for a god or goddess used in Heathenry.
a person's nickname
‘she was a vast and haughty person who answered to the sobriquet ‘Duchesse’’;
To assign a byname to.
A sobriquet ( SOH-bri-kay), or soubriquet, is a nickname, sometimes assumed, but often given by another, that is descriptive in nature. Distinct from a pseudonym, a sobriquet is typically a familiar name used in place of a real name, without the need of explanation, often becoming more familiar than the original name.
To give a nickname to.