appellative

[ uh-pel-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF appellative
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The appellative "Elias" is in fact both a personal name and a title.

Wily Will justified his appellative; for, after suspicion arose, he was seen no more.

So much for the name as an appellative; now for its appropriation as a generic.

That ayogriha is the name of the prince, not an appellative, appears from the Pli recensions.

At the sound of the tender Russian appellative she turned to me quickly.

It is however replaced in the New Testament by an appellative.

Such, however, is not the case, George being his only Christian appellative.

The only appellative I find, (if it can be called one), is the Ang.-Sax.

The schoolmaster's surname led him as far into dissertation as his Christian appellative.

But ancient as this appellative is, it is also so familiar in modern use, that the Translator feared to hazard it.

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