named

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From the verb name: (⇒ conjugate)
named is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

named

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. the named [person, holder]
  2. the named driver (on the policy)
  3. an aptly named [product, show]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

name

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. your [first, middle, maiden, last, Christian] name
  2. that's a [nice, beautiful, strange] name
  3. [choose, pick] a name for your [dog, cat, child, baby]
  4. my [dog's] name is [Ben]
  5. [took, kept] her [husband's, father's, stepfather's, wife's] name
  6. a difficult name to [say, pronounce, spell]
  7. don't [recall, remember, know] the name of the [song, movie, book]
  8. your name and [address, telephone number, email, contact details]
  9. [state, write, type, fill in] your (full) name (and address)
  10. the [boss, teacher] never calls me by my first name
  11. I [don't, can't, can never] remember her name
  12. I know that name from somewhere!
  13. goes [by, under] the name of
  14. answers to the name of
  15. wrote it under [another, a pen] name
  16. [writes, authors] under the name (of)
  17. [fans, locals, critics] gave him the name [Little Pea]
  18. names will never hurt me
  19. don't use [mean, rude] names
  20. stop calling me names!
  21. my [brother, sister] is always calling me names
  22. they [swore, promised] not to give names
  23. [persuade, urge, ask] them to name names
  24. that name doesn't suit her
  25. made a name for himself in [sport, politics, entertainment]
  26. is a [king, leader, president] in name only
  27. come in the name of [peace, love, harmony, goodwill]
  28. the meaning of [the, your, a person's] name
n as adj
  1. a name [card, badge, tag, label]
  2. am on a first-name basis with
  3. we are on first-name terms
v
  1. name your [child, daughter]
  2. name him after his [dad, uncle, grandfather]
  3. was named [after, for] his [dad]
  4. name [his successor, a beneficiary]
  5. named (him) in his will
  6. named the [suspect, criminal]
  7. name a [product, company]
  8. name your [dog, pet]
  9. named in his [honor, memory]
  10. named by [proclamation, declaration]
  11. [was, has been] named as a [possible, potential] [suspect]
  12. named as a [potential] [suspect, candidate]
  13. name a [king, new CEO]
  14. was named [king]
  15. [originally, actually, appropriately] named
  16. name your [price, conditions]
  17. [refused, declined] to name names
  18. you name it
  19. law: named [herein, hereafter]
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