(Latin: character; Greek: kharakter; originally, "a distinctive mark, a sign, or impression"; then it came to mean "an aggregate of distinctive qualities")
charactonym (s) (noun), charactonyms (pl)
A term given to a literary character that is descriptive of a quality or physical trait of the person: "Long John Silver" is a charactonym for someone who is tall and has silver hair.
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