1. book name, story name, cover inscription, subtitle; headline, head, banner, banner head or line, streamer; heading, subheading, subhead, lemma; caption, rubric, legend, inscription, Journalism. cut-line, Motion Pictures. subtitle.
2. name, denomination, designation, Both Grammar. nominative, noun; appellation, compellation, honorific, form of address, term of respect; given name, Christian name, praenomen, family name, last name, surname, patronymic, metronymic; nickname, sobriquet, cognomen, agnomen, pet name, diminutive; by-name, byword, appellative, epithet, style, trade name, trademark, Sl. handle, Sl. moniker; label, tag, Computer Tech. address; pseudonym, anonym, allonym, alias, assumed name, Fr. nom de guerre. pen name, nom de plume, stage name, Fr. nom de theatre.
3. deed, title deed, proof of ownership, documentation, document, legal paper, instrument; ownership, proprietorship, possessorship, possession, holding, tenure, demesne, Law. domain, Archaic. aught; interest, concern, stake, share.
4. grounds, good reason, due cause, Law. cause; right, just claim, droit; birthright, due, privilege, prerogative; license, freedom, liberty; immunity, exemption, impunity.
5. name, nickname, dub, entitle, christen, baptize, surname; denominate, designate, identify, Archaic. clepe, Archaic. nominate; call, address; label, tag, term, style, stereotype.

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