Meaning of under the name (of) in English:

under the name (of)

phrase

  • Using the assumed name or designation.

    ‘he wrote under the name of Bowman’
    • ‘he initially played under the name of Larry Walker’
    • ‘The British gag-cartoonist worked under the name "Larry".’
    • ‘Her latest article is published under the name Bethany.’
    • ‘This demo caused Decca Records to sign him under the name Cat Stevens.’
    • ‘The nightclub formerly known as Desperados is scheduled to reopen under the name Coyotes Bar and Dance Saloon.’
    • ‘The "group" first came to popularity with a series of 1950s novelty recordings under the name David Seville and the Chipmunks.’
    • ‘In the middle of 1983 Mr Lee formed his own firm in partnership with another solicitor under the name Lee & Thompson.’
    • ‘These new high-quality sparkling wines are sold under the name of a region and vineyard of origin, bearing a vintage and almost always the name of a vine variety.’
    • ‘In 1932, under the name of John Lund Ltd, the company turned to the manufacture of precision grinding machines.’
    • ‘Five non-crime novels by her appeared under the name of Mary Westmacott.’