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If your parents named you after your Great Uncle Abner, then you are his namesake. The two of you share a very nice name. Use the noun namesake to describe the recipient of a handed-down name, like Bob Jr., or Ricky Smith III.How do you use namesake in a sentence?
The two of you share a very nice name. Use the noun namesake to describe the recipient of a handed-down name, like Bob Jr., or Ricky Smith III. Less often, the word also means anyone who shares a name with someone else, so you could refer to all the Emmas in your school as namesakes.What is the meaning of his grandson and namesake?
: one that has the same name as another especially : one who is named after another or for whom another is named His grandson and namesake is the spit and image of him … — Robert Graves How much did President George Bush influence his son and namesake George W. Bush?What is the difference between namesake and eponym?
A namesake is a person, geographic location, building or other entity that has the same name as another or that is named after another entity that first had the name. The opposing term, referring to the original entity after which something else was named, is called an eponym.