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pseudonym (s) (noun), pseudonyms (pl)
1. A false or fictitious name; especially, one that is assumed by an author: One of the most famous pseudonyms known in American literature is that of Mark Twain which is the pseudonym of the American writer Samuel L. Clemens.
2. A name erroneously applied to some other species than that to which it properly belongs: Some people believe that it is a pseudonym to call children "kids" because it has been a term for young goats, foxes, antelopes, etc. before it was applied to humans.
A pen name or a fictitious name.
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A fictitious or false name.
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A false or fictitious name; sometimes a pen name used by writers. (2)