Anonymous

  • (adj): Not known or lacking marked individuality.
    Example: "Brown anonymous houses"; "anonymous bureaucrats in the Civil Service"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on anonymous:

Catalan Name - Denotations - Foundlings
... Anonymous foundlings were a naming problem for civil registrars, but such anonymous children were often named toponymically, after the town where they ... In Aragón, anonymous children used to receive as well the family surname Gracia (Grace) or de Gracia, because they were thought to survive by the Grace of God ...
List Of Addiction And Substance Abuse Organizations - United States - Alcoholics Anonymous
... See also Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is one of the world’s most recognizable support groups for individuals suffering from alcohol addiction, where ...
Love Addiction - History
... In 1976, the 12-Step program Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (S.L.A.A.) started hosting weekly meetings based on Alcoholics Anonymous ... They published their Basic Text, Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, in 1986 discussing characteristics of and recovery from both love addiction and sex addiction ...
Sarah PAC - Operation Payback Target
... Palin's team believed it was the work of Anonymous, though Anonymous never tweeted anything about choosing Palin as a target for the Denial-of-service attack ... An Anonymous member has stated "We don’t really care about Sarah Palin that much, to be honest ...
Scientology In The United Kingdom - Opposition - Anonymous
... The Internet group Anonymous has arranged demonstrations around the UK from February 2008 onwards as part of Project Chanology, its worldwide campaign to expose the Church of Scientology's "illegal ...

More definitions of "anonymous":

  • (adj): Having no known name or identity or known source.
    Example: "Anonymous authors"; "anonymous donors"; "an anonymous gift"
    Synonyms: anon.

Famous quotes containing the word anonymous:

    I would rather have as my patron a host of anonymous citizens digging into their own pockets for the price of a book or a magazine than a small body of enlightened and responsible men administering public funds. I would rather chance my personal vision of truth striking home here and there in the chaos of publication that exists than attempt to filter it through a few sets of official, honorably public-spirited scruples.
    John Updike (b. 1932)