Origin of monikerorigin, originally hobo slang from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
The definition of a moniker is a name or nickname.
Your nickname is an example of your moniker.
A personal name or nickname.
Origin of monikerProbably from Shelta munik name possibly alteration of Irish Gaelic ainm from Old Irish; see nō-men- in Indo-European roots.
- A personal name or nickname; an informal label, often drawing attention to a particular attribute.
- The rookie policewoman was upset being called Lemon Drop until she realized that everyone on the police force has a moniker.
- A signature.
- (computing) An object (structured item of data) used to associate the name of an object with its location.
moniker - Computer Definition
- The phones created under the Microsoft Pink moniker will be aimed at heavy users of social networking and messaging technology, in order to bring faster and better ways to keep in contact with friends and family.
- If you are still searching in vain for a one piece that bears the Kenneth Cole moniker, and you aren’t fond of his current styles, you may have to settle for either his very sexy monokinis, or his flirtatious swim dresses.
- The paper-a simple, four-page affair launched under the moniker The Daily Dramatic Chronicle-was started by Charles and Michael DeYoung on January 16, 1865 with a lot of gumption and a little help from a relative.
- If you can't commit to a unique name as the first name of your child, but you want to include a bit of history in her moniker, consider using a traditional African name as a middle name for him or her.
- After having her around for a while, the group of friends gave the new girl a moniker.