What is nicknamed?

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Cultural References To Cockroaches - Use As Nickname
... Boxing coach Freddie Roach was nicknamed La Cucaracha (The Cockroach) when he was still competing as a fighter ... cricket captain-turned-media cricket analyst and commentator Michael Atherton was nicknamed as 'The Cockroach' by the former Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh because he was extremely ... television series "The Cosby Show," the Cosby's son Theo has a best friend nicknamed "Cockroach." It is also the colloquial term for a resident of New South Wales ...
Pops - People
... Emmett Johns (born 1928), Canadian priest, nicknamed "Pops" Louis Armstrong (1901–1971), American jazz musician, nicknamed "Pops" Pops Fernandez (born 1966 ...
Sakanaction - Members
... Born in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, March 11, 1981 Guitarist Nicknamed Mocchi Ami Kusakari (草刈愛美) Born in Tokyo, April 30, 1980 Bassist and keyboardist Nicknamed Neesan ...
Mulligan's Stew - Synopsis
... of space when the Mulligans took in their nephew and nieces Adam (nicknamed Moose), Polaris (nicknamed Polly), and Starshine (nicknamed Stevie), after their parents ...
Cornelis Jol
... Cornelis Corneliszoon Jol (1597 – October 31, 1641), nicknamed Houtebeen ("pegleg"), was a 17th-Century Dutch corsair and admiral in the Dutch West India Company ... He was nicknamed Houtebeen (Pé de Pau in Portuguese and Pata de Palo in Spanish), because he lost a leg during battle and got a wooden leg, being one of the earliest documented pirates to use a ... The Spanish also nicknamed him El Pirata ...