Word "NAMES" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
verbal abuse; a crude substitute for argument
Synonyms:
name calling
Examples:
sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me

Crossword Clues for NAMES

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Clue Source Date
When repeated, snitches Universal 30 Nov 2022
*#5 on Billboard's Best Rappers of All Time list New York Times 17 Nov 2022
*#5 on Billboard’s Best Rappers of All Time list New York Times 17 Nov 2022
Titles shown in Vietnamese The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Nov 2022
Entitles Premier Sunday 06 Nov 2022
Charlie and Lola LA Times Daily 08 Oct 2022
David and Alfred, e.g Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2022
Comes up with a title for USA Today 29 Jun 2022
Christens Thomas Joseph 04 Apr 2022
Roll call listings USA Today 27 Dec 2021
Invite list contents Universal 21 Oct 2021
Laverne and Shirley, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 12 Sep 2021
Phone directory listings Newsday 25 Aug 2021
See 36-Across Universal 24 Aug 2021
With 38-Across, snitches Universal 24 Aug 2021
New parents choose them Universal 20 Jul 2021
People and things are known by them Irish Times Simplex 22 May 2021
Celebs The Washington Post 21 May 2021
Celebs LA Times Daily 21 May 2021
Famous people The Times Concise 07 May 2021
Identifies Thomas Joseph 22 Mar 2021
Monikers LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2021
Monikers The Washington Post 08 Mar 2021
Listing on a roster Wall Street Journal 02 Feb 2021
Specifies, as a person Newsday 11 Jan 2021
Gives titles to Family Time 14 Dec 2020
Christens Thomas Joseph 14 Dec 2020
Identifies LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2020
Identifies The Washington Post 29 Nov 2020
Contact list contents USA Today 17 Sep 2020
Handles terribly mean son The Sun Two Speed 12 Jul 2020
Appellations The Sun Two Speed 12 Jul 2020
Roster listing Jonesin 07 Jul 2020
William and Mary, e.g New York Times 11 Jun 2020
New parents' choices Thomas Joseph 30 Mar 2020
April, May and June Wall Street Journal 05 Mar 2020
Gives a title to Newsday 22 Dec 2019
They may be redacted in classified documents The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
Personal things that are proper Newsday 03 Aug 2019
Thelma and Louise, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jun 2019
Directory entries LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2019
Directory entries The Washington Post 02 Jun 2019
Personal identifiers Premier Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Choices for new parents Wall Street Journal 23 Apr 2019
Demand from a police interrogator New York Times 21 Apr 2019
Ben and Jerry, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 24 Feb 2019
Elements of a roll call New York Times 18 Feb 2019
Handles Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2019
John, Paul, George and Ringo The Washington Post 10 Feb 2019
John, Paul, George and Ringo LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2019
Directory entries
Identifies
Elements of a roll call
Choices for new parents
John, Paul, George and Ringo
Handles
Demand from a police interrogator
Christens The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Dec 2018
Options for the expecting Wall Street Journal 08 Dec 2018
__ names Newsday 24 Nov 2018
Dubs Universal 20 Oct 2018
Famous people: Newton and Watt, say, but not Jack The Telegraph Toughie 28 Sep 2018
When repeated, gets specific, as an informer New York Times 10 Sep 2018
Mentions specifically LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
Mentions specifically The Washington Post 19 Aug 2018
Choices for expectant parents Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2018
Appellations Universal 25 Jun 2018
Film credits display Newsday 17 May 2018
William and Mary, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 18 Feb 2018
Mike and Ike, e.g.
When repeated, gets specific, as an informer
Dubs
Mentions specifically
Appellations
Christens
Options for the expecting
Choices for expectant parents
Calls men as arranged The Sun Two Speed 06 Dec 2017
Roster entries The Washington Post 21 Nov 2017
Roster entries LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2017
Things called in roll call New York Times 30 Oct 2017
Titles The Telegraph Quick 17 Sep 2017
Newborns' acquisitions USA Today 23 Aug 2017
Heroes of horsemanship recalled The Telegraph Toughie 16 Jun 2017
Directory listing Wall Street Journal 27 May 2017
April, May and June, for example New York Times 14 Mar 2017
Phone book listings Newsday 13 Feb 2017
April, May and June, for example
Things called in roll call
Newborns' acquisitions
Roster entries
Possible means for identification The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Dec 2016
Directory contents Universal 06 Nov 2016
Specifies Newsday 28 Oct 2016
Chap returned with drugs for celebrities The Telegraph Toughie 22 Sep 2016
Directory listings USA Today 17 Sep 2016
Focus of onomastics New York Times 14 Aug 2016
Reels off Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2016
Directory listings Universal 01 May 2016
Handles LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2016
Directory contents
Focus of onomastics
Directory listings
Directory contents USA Today 17 Dec 2015
Roster listings USA Today 08 Nov 2015
Identifies Eugene Sheffer 10 Sep 2015
Celebs New York Times 23 Apr 2015
33-Across and 29-Down USA Today 04 Apr 2015
Andrea, Carla and Michael New York Times 02 Mar 2015
Fingers LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2015
Roster listings
Does Adam
Celebs
Fingers
82-Across, e.g.
Andrea, Carla and Michael
33-Across and 29-Down
Directory contents
Designates
Proper nouns
What Rudolph used to be called
What enemies might call each other
Preoccupation for expecting parents
Preoccupation of parents-to-be
Frequent index items
Appellations
Handles
Appoints
Good managers remember these
Handles
Fingers
Points the finger at
Blabs, when doubled
Alvin, Simon and Theodore
Phone directory listings
Alvin, Simon and Theodore
Dave Pirner "Faces & ___"
Designates
Reels off
When repeated, identifies people
Handles
Specifies
Dubs
Directory data
Gives a title to
Handles
Phone book listings
Rats out
Appoints
They're given to newborns
Phone book listings
Roster data
When doubled, gets specific
Proper nouns
Tom, Dick and Harry
When repeated, squeals
See 59-Across
Back-of-uniform words
Tom, Dick and Harry, e.g.
Petition's additions
Proper nouns
Tom, Dick and Harry
When repeated, squeals
Monikers
Jack, Jayden and Julie
New parents' choices
Points the finger at
Directory listings
Christens
Directory contents
Cites
Tom, Dick and Harry, e.g.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial inscriptions
Tom, Dick and Harry, e.g.
May and June, but not July
Tom, Dick, and Harry
Stray animals don't have them
Handles
April, May and June, e.g.
Onomastician's study
When doubled, what a rat does
Appoints
When doubled, sings
Appoints
Appoints
It's not nice to call them
Marriages may change some
Specifies
They're found on gift tags
Celebrities
Points a finger at
Fingers
Peter, Paul, and Mary
What enemies might call each other
It's not nice to call them
Appoints
Roster listing
Adam and Eve, e.g.
Adam and Eve, for two
Phone-book listings
Specifies
Roster listing
Specifies, as a person
Famous people
A-list items
Handles
Handles
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
These will never hurt you
Reels off
Starts of 17- and 55-Across, and 11- and 29-Down, impolitely
Handles, so to speak
Celebrities
Directory contents
See 9-Across
Joe, Jane and Jim
Larry, Moe, and Curly
First things half of all newlyweds change?
John, Paul, George and Ringo, e.g.
Phone book listing
Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Zeppo, e.g.
When repeated, sings
Famous folks
Rats out
See 41-Across
Mailing list items
Stars
When repeated, sings
These have been assigned to hurricanes since the early 1950's
Jack and Jill, e.g.
Mentions specifically
HUAC's request
Elvis and Presley
Handles
When repeated, sings
Expectant parents' choices
Demand from the House Un-American Activities Committee
When repeated, is specific
Identifies
Celebs
Celebrities
Finger-points, when said twice
Designates
John and Joe
Specifies
Romeo and Juliet, e.g.
Prenatal concerns
Adam and Eve
They'll never hurt me!
Entitles
Marriages may change them
Specifies
Monikers
Jan and Dean, e.g.
Tom, Dick, and Harry
Phone-book listings
When repeated, tells all
Directory listings
April and June
Dubs
Identifies
Gives up, in a way
Appoints
Cher and Madonna e.g.
Mailing-list items
McCarthy demand
Monickers
Pins down
Parents' choices
Blabs, when doubled
Handles
Fingers
They're given at birth
Tags
Epithets
Mentions specifically
Frequent index items
Dubs
Puts a finger on
John, Paul, George, and Ringo
They're found on gift tags
Nominates
Labels
Finger-points, when said twice
Onomastics study
Appoints
Onomasticon's contents
Monikers
Designates
Dubs
Contents of an onomasticon
Theme of this puzzle
Monikers
Appellations
Peter, Paul and Mary
Identifies
Tom, Dick and Harry
Listings in a directory
Scorecard entries
Appellations
Reputations
Titles
"___ can never hurt me"
Appoints.
Identifies.
Cognomens.
Some are proper.
Dubs.
Epithets.
Famous persons.
Noted persons.
Tom, Dick and Harry.
Calls.
Accuses.
Appellations.
Items in lights.
Designates.
Tom, Dick, and Harry.
Noted individuals.
Titles.
Important people.
Onomatologist's study.
These make news.
Synonym for news.
13 and 102 Across.
V. I. P.'s
"Who's Who" contents.
Widely known persons.
Personalities.
Noted figures.
"___ inscribed in History's page."—Manners.
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