Definitions for anonymousəˈnɒn ə məs
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having no known name or identity or known source
"anonymous authors"; "anonymous donors"; "an anonymous gift"
not known or lacking marked individuality
"brown anonymous houses"; "anonymous bureaucrats in the Civil Service"
Lacking a name; not named and determined, as an animal not assigned to any species.
Without any name acknowledged of a person responsible, as that of author, contributor, or the like.
an anonymous pamphlet; an anonymous subscription.
Of unknown name; whose name is withheld
an anonymous author; an anonymous benefactor.
an anonymous office block in a soulless industrial estate
Origin: Borrowed into English around 1600 from anonymus, from ἀνώνυμος, from ἀν- + ὄνυμα, Aeolic dialectal form of ὄνομα.
nameless; of unknown name; also, of unknown or unavowed authorship; as, an anonymous benefactor; an anonymous pamphlet or letter
Origin: [Gr. without name; 'an priv. + , Eol. for name. See Name.]
"Anonymous" is the second single from Bobby Valentino's second album, Special Occasion The song features and was produced by Timbaland.
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- анонимен, безимененBulgarian
- anònimCatalan, Valencian
- bezejmenný, anonymníCzech
- anonym, ukendtDanish
- namenlos, anonymGerman
- anonima, sennomaEsperanto
- gun urrainnScottish Gaelic
- 無名, 匿名Japanese
- anoniem, onbenoemd, naamloosDutch
- anonimowy, bezimiennyPolish
- анонимный, безымянныйRussian
- okänd, anonym, anonymiseradSwedish
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