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Today's word is pseudonym, spelled P-S-E-U-D-O-N-Y-M.

Pseudonym is a noun that means a fictitious name; especially a pen name. Here is the word used in a sentence by Kaitlin Miller from The Florida Sun-Times.

"Author J. K. Rowling announced on Twitter that she has written a third installment of her Cormoran Strike mystery series under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith."

The word pseudonym, has its origins in the Greek word pseudōnymos, which means "bearing a false name." Greek speakers formed their word by combining pseud- in English, meaning "false," and onyma, meaning "name." French speakers adopted the Greek word as pseudonyme, and English speakers later modified the French word into pseudonym. Many celebrated authors have used pseudonyms. Samuel Clemens wrote under the pseudonym "Mark Twain," Charles Lutwidge Dodgson assumed the pseudonym "Lewis Carroll," and Mary Ann Evans used "George Eliot" as her pseudonym.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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[Homework]【整理】2015-08-09 How to Use a Word

Today's word is pseudonym, spelled P-S-E-U-D-O-N-Y-M.

Pseudonym is a noun that means a fictitious name; especially a pen name. Here is the word used in a sentence by Kaitlin Miller from The Florida Sun-Times.

Author J. K. Rowling announced on Twitter that she has written a third installment of her Cormoran Strike mystery series under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.

The word pseudonym, has its origins in the Greek word pseudōnymos, which means bearing a false name. Greek speakers formed their word by combining pseud- in English, meaning false, and onyma, meaning name. French speakers adopted the Greek word as pseudonyme, and English speakers later modified the French word into pseudonym. Many celebrated authors have used pseudonyms. Samuel Clemens wrote under the pseudonym Mark Twain, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson assumed the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, and Mary Ann Evans used George Eliot as her pseudonym.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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Today`s word is pseudonym, spelled p-s-e-u-d-o-n-y-m .pseudonym is a noun that means a faktatious(fictitious) name especially a pen name.Here`s the word used in sentence by *from The Florida sound(sun) times.
Author JK Rollin(Rowling) (announced)on twitter that she has writen a third (installment) of her * mystery serious(series) under the pseudonym  Robert Garlrys. The word pseudonym has its origins in the Greek word Pseudonimous. Which means barrian(bearing) a false name. Greek speaker formed their word by combining pseud in English meaning false and donym(onyma) meaning name. Franch speakers adopt(adopted) the Greek word *,and English speaker later modified the Franch word into pseudonym. Many seperater(celebrated) authors have used pseudonym. Semul Klamen wrote under the pseudonym Mark Towen, Charls (assumed) pseudonym * and Maryan laneven used *and Jorge * as her pseudonym.
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