Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

   NOUN:NOMENCLATURE; naming &c. v.; nuncupation [obs.], nomination [obs.], baptism; orismology; onomatopœia; antonomasia.
  NAME; appellation, appellative; designation; title; head, heading; caption; denomination; by-name; nickname [See Misnomer]; epithet; what one may -well, – fairly, – properly, – fitly- call.
  style, proper name; prænomen, agnomen, cognomen; patronymic, surname; cognomination; eponym; compellation, description, synonym, antonym; empty -title, – name; title, handle to one’s name; namesake.
  TERM, expression, noun; byword; convertible terms [See Interpretation]; technical term; cant [See Neology].
   VERB:NAME, call, term, denominate, designate, style, entitle, clepe [archaic], dub [colloq. or humorous], christen, baptize, nickname, characterize, specify, define, distinguish by the name of; label (mark) [See Indication].
  BE CALLED &c. v.; take -, bear -, go (or be known) by -, go (or pass) under -, rejoice in- the name of; hight [archaic], yclept or ycleped [archaic or humorous].
   ADJECTIVE:NAMED &c. v.; known as; nuncupatory [obs.], nuncupative [obs.]; cognominal, titular, nominal, orismological.
  1. Beggar’d all description.—Antony and Cleopatra
  2. What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.—Romeo and Juliet