Hyphenated

  • (adj): (of words) combined by means of a hyphen to form a unit.
    Example: "Hyphenated words"; "many femninists have chosen hyphenated names their children--today's so-called hyphenated babies"; "multiculturalism nurtures respect for hyphenated identities"

Some articles on hyphenated:

1955 Louisiana Highway Renumbering - "Hyphenated" Routes
... state highway system’s most ubiquitous and unique anachronism is the infamous "hyphenated" routes ... are denoted by numbers in the statute, which correspond in signage to the last digit in a hyphenated route number ... Over the years many of these hyphenated state routes have been returned to local control, thus deleting parts of, or entire "families" of, hyphenated routes ...
Married And Maiden Names - Customs Relating To Maiden Names in Marriages - English-speaking World - Children
... Children are given the hyphenated surname consisting of their parents' surnames, in either order ... The hyphenated surname has the advantage of enabling the tracing back of both parental lines ... solution somecouples have used when both parents had hyphenated last names is for the mother to contribute her mother's name and the father his father's ...
English Compound - Compound Modifiers - Hyphenated Compound Modifiers
... consulting a dictionary to determine whether a compound modifier should be hyphenated the dictionary's hyphenation should be followed even when the compound modifier precedes a noun ... Generally, a compound modifier is hyphenated if the hyphen helps the reader differentiate a compound modifier from two adjacent modifiers that modify the noun independently ... Hyphenated compound modifiers may have been formed originally by an adjective preceding a noun, when this phrase in turn precedes another noun "Round ...
Hyphenated American
... In the United States, the term hyphenated American is an epithet commonly used from 1890 to 1920 to disparage Americans who were of foreign birth or origin, and who displayed an allegiance to a foreign country ... The term "hyphenated American" was published by 1889, and was common as a derogatory term by 1904 ... asserted that, There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism ...
Hungarian Orthography - Hyphenation
... it is, but the boundary is not nearby) the word is hyphenated by syllables, otherwise by word elements (e.g ... pronounced as a single sound, it cannot be hyphenated (e.g ... Hungarian surnames are also hyphenated by pronunciation, e.g ...